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    2 Die In Separate Road Accidents In Assam

    The deceased are Atul Gogoi and Manoj Gogoi

    Amidst the celebration of Biswakarma puja, two youths died on the spot in separate road accidents in Sivasagar and Golaghat in Assam on September 18th, 2019.

    One Atul Gogoi died at Torphat Ahom Gaon in Golaghat district. As per information, he was on his way to home by motorcycle when he was hit by a vehicle. The accused managed to flee the spot. The Golaghat police reached the spot and started investigation.

    In another incident, one Manoj Gogoi of Molagaon in Namati in Sivasagar district died on the spot in a road accident at Hahsora. One Bhaskar Barua sustained injuries and was rushed to Joysagar Civil Hospital for medical assistance.

    Inputs: Sanjay Pareek, Rajib Karmakar

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