The janaza (funeral) of the prime accused in Ranjit Bora Murder Case Shah Alam Talukdar, who was succumbed to bullet injuries after being shot by police, will be performed at his residence in Hajo.
The councilor of Hajo’s Dampur Marina Begum reached Guwahati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) and identified the body of Shah Alam in the presence of Magistrate.
After identifying the body, Marina Begum said, “On behalf of the village I came for the sake of humanity. The law is doing its job in the matter.”
She further said, “Shah Alam came to Guwahati after completing his degree. Village people knew that he had a school.”
Meanwhile, she said that examination will be done whether he had gun powder on his hands or not. Samples have been sent to the forensic department for examination.
Earlier today, Shah Alam Talukdar was shot dead by police after he fled from custody.
Following the incident, the wife of deceased businessman Ranjit Bora had hailed Assam police after the prime accused in the murder case was shot dead.
“After three long months, justice has been finally served. I can now live in peace,” she told reporters.
She also hailed Assam police and chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for their proactiveness against criminals and malefactors in the state.