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    CID begins probe into journalist Parag Bhuyan’s Death

    A team of CID sleuths led by SSP Bibekananda Das along with DSP Pradip Kumar Das and CID Inspector Jitesh Barman reached Tinsukia and begun the probe

    Guwahati: The Criminal investigation Department has commenced the investigation on Friday into the death of journalist Parag Bhuyan, following chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal’s direction.

    A team of CID sleuths led by SSP Bibekananda Das along with DSP Pradip Kumar Das and CID Inspector Jitesh Barman have reached Tinsukia on Friday and begun the probe into the matter.

    Team from Forensic Science Laboratory and Lab Technician has also proceeded to assist the investigation.

    Journalist Parag Bhuyan was killed after being hit by a vehicle on Wednesday night near his home in Tinsukia. Bhuyan succumbed to his injuries later while undergoing treatment.

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