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    Guwahati: Dead body discovered in Patharquary, murder suspected

    Munna Ali, who was a mason by profession, was found dead by the locals near Magazine road area in Patharquary.

    Guwahati: A dead body was discovered in the Patharquary area of Guwahati under mysterious condition on Tuesday morning.

    The police intervened in the situation and the deceased was identified as one Munna Ali. He belonged to the Radha Nagar area of Sixmile.

    Ali, who was a mason by profession, was found dead by the locals near Magazine road area in Patharquary. A mobile phone, shoes and an iron road were recovered from the site.

    People suspected that Ali was brutally murdered with the iron rod and his dead body was left in the site.

    An investigation is underway.

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