Agartala: Four unnatural deaths have been reported under Bishalgarh and Sabroom sub-division in the last 36 hours across Tripura. Among them, two persons committed suicide and one minor boy was found in a hanging position while another woman was strangulated to death.
It is reported that a hanging body of a minor boy was recovered at 7 AM on Saturday morning at Gokulnagar Harish Nagar Ward No. 4 area of Bishalgarh police station.
Sources informed that the boy left the house at 9 PM on Friday like other days after taking his meal to watch TV in a neighbour’s residence and didn’t returned back home.
On Saturday morning, the family members of the boy found him hanging to a tree in front of their house.
The matter was informed to Bishalgarh police station. Accordingly, the Bishalgarh police rushed to the spot. The body was taken down from the tree and brought to Bishalgarh Sub-Divisional Hospital for autopsy.
Meanwhile, autopsy of the three more bodies was conducted at the morgue of Sabroom sub-divisional hospital.
The autopsies of two unnatural deaths and one murder corpse lasted until Saturday afternoon.
An 18-year-old housewife from Tirkumar Para in Magrum ADC Village and a woman of 60 years old from Manughat in Vijayanagar Panchayat allegedly committed suicide by hanging.
Whereas, another woman of 35 years old of Ratnamoni ADC Village was allegedly killed by her husband.
The person identified as Amitra Tripura of Subal Para at Ratanmani ADC Village allegedly beaten up his wife with a stick and forced her to eat mixed rice medicine with local liquor on the afternoon of July 30. Later she succumbed to her injuries.
Reportedly, the 12-year-old daughter of the accused was an eyewitness to the incident.
Sabroom police arrested Amitra Tripura on the night of Friday and brought the deceased to the morgue of Sabrum sub-division hospital. This afternoon, the medical team conducted an autopsy in the presence of the Magistrate.
A case has been filed with Sabroom police station and the case number is 38/2021 under section 302 of Indian Penal Code (IPC).
By Abhijit Nath (Tripura)