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    11-Year-Old goes missing at Gangadhar River in Dhubri

    It has been feared that the minor might have been washed away by the river current

    Guwahati: An 11-year-old minor boy who went to take bath in the Gangadhar River in Dhubri’s Tamarhat reportedly went missing and has been suspected to have been was washed away by the current.

    As per sources, the 11-year-old has been identified as Rajib Sheikh of Halakur. The deceased was the only child of his parents.

    He had gone to his maternal uncle’s house on Sunday and then on Tuesday morning he went to the river to take bath but he was reported to have been washed away by the river current and went missing since then.

    Following this, the locals and families have tried all attempts to trace him down but there was no sign of the minor and accordingly police were also informed.

    Currently, the police and emergency rescue teams are engaged in recovering the youth however, it has been feared that the youth might have not survived.


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