Accused Baidullah Khan’s residence demolished by the Dibrugarh administration in Vineet Bagaria suicide case

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The demolition took place at Ghoramara in Lahowal at Khan’s residence was allegedly unauthorised.
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Accused Baidullah Khan’s residence demolished by the Dibrugarh administration in Vineet Bagaria suicide case
Accused Baidullah Khan’s residence demolished by the Dibrugarh administration in Vineet Bagaria suicide case

Guwahati: The administration demolished the prime accused Baidullah Khan’s double-storey residence in Dibrugarh on Tuesday.

Khan who allegedly abetted in the suicide case of animal activist Vineet Bagaria.

The demolition took place at Ghoramara in Lahowal at Khan’s residence was allegedly unauthorised.

According to sources, Baidullah Khan is an Afghan citizen and came to Assam in 1970s.

Meanwhile, he is not listed in the NRC, sources added.

Another accused, Samsullah Khan’s residence also demolished as it was constructed illegally.

On Monday, amid the row over the suicide of Vineet Bagaria, Dibrugarh Sadar Police Station officer in charge Boloram Terang has been transferred with immediate effect.

The development came after chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma visited the members of the bereaved family of Vineet Bagaria last Saturday and assured them that strict action would be initiated against the police officials for alleged negligence in duty.

On the other hand, the Jorhat Sadar police station officer in charge, Raju Chetry has been transferred and will be taking over the charges of the Dibrugarh police station.

Earlier, Kaliabor MP Gaurav Gogoi wrote to the chief minister of Assam saying, “It is very disturbing to know that the youngster had to choose the path of suicide due to death threat. What is even more shocking is that this matter had earlier been brought to the notice of the police administration and the deputy commissioner of Dibrugarh by the victim’s family. Yet no one bothered to even register an FIR. If the police administration had acted on time, a promising youth could have been saved from death. The police officer responsible should be held accountable for not registering the FIR and not taking any timely action even after repeated complaints by the family. The case should be tried in a fast-track court and a charge sheet against the culprits should be filed within the stipulated time.”

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