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    BREAKING: Biswajit Darimary’s son found in Chirang

    The 16-year-old, Amitraj Daimary was reportedly missing since Tuesday afternoon. Amitraj is a student of Public Reality School of Kokrajhar.

    Guwhaati: After a nightlong tension, son of former MP Biswajit Darimary has been found in Sapaguri bus stand in Chirang district of Assam on Wednesday.

    The 16-year-old, Amitraj Daimary was reportedly missing since Tuesday afternoon.

    The former MP said that his son was helped by his fellow classmate when he told them that he wants to go home.

    They helped him to cross the school boundary wall, he added.

    Amitraj is a student of Public Reality School of Kokrajhar.

    An investigation was led by assistant commissioner of police, Kokrajhar, to find the BJP leader’s son.

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