Two murders marred Bihu festivities in Assam

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A man hacked his father to death over some family dispute in Dhubri
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Two murders marred Bihu festivities in Assam

Guwahati: Amid the Rongali Bihu celebrations across the state, two brutal murder incidents sparked a sensation in the state on the first day of the ‘Bohag’ month.

In the first instance, one Biswajit Biswas (30) of Chamaria was allegedly killed by his friends. On Thursday morning, his body at the riverside of Singra River of No. 2 Maleki in Boko under Kamrup district.

It is learned that Biswajit Biswas had gone missing after shutting down his shop on Wednesday evening.

Shockingly, his body was recovered by his family members nearby Singra River with multiple injury marks.

Following the incident, the local people of the house informed the matter to the Chamaria police.

Speaking to the media, local people in the area claimed Harkanta Das (Chamaria Police car driver), Sanjay Rabha and Dhananjay Das to be involved in the crime scene.

It has also been alleged by a section of the people that deceased Biswajit Biswas was having a dinner party at Dhananjay Das’s residence before the murder incident.

Meanwhile, the Chamaria Police has apprehended the three prime suspects in the murder incident.

Son allegedly kills father over family dispute in Dhubri

In another murder incident, a man identified as Hanibul Sheikh allegedly hacked his father Kudrodh Ullah Sheikh to death over some family dispute.

The incident was reported at Rangamati in Chapor’s Chachalapara under Dhubri district.

Chapar police has arrested three people including one woman in connection to the murder incident.

The apprehended persons were identified as Hanibul Sheikh, Hanif Sheikh and Hamida Bibi.

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