Assam: Under Fire Cops Search For Body Of Victim Reported Missing

According to the police, the victim Tajir Ali had gone fishing at Anandapur Kapilimara lake on the fateful day. He never returned from there, prompting the police to carry out a search for his body in the area.
Police in Assam's Bajali are looking for the body of a victim who has been missing
Police in Assam's Bajali are looking for the body of a victim who has been missingREPRESENTATIVE

In a sensational incident, police in Assam’s Bajali carried out excavation in search of the body of a person who has been missing and is thought to have been killed, officials informed on Sunday.

As per initial reports, Bajali Police employed an excavator last night in order to look for the body of Tajir Ali, who they suspect to have been killed and buried.

The incident has been reported out of Nityananda Anandapur in the Bajali district of Assam. Tajir Ali, who has been reported missing for some days now, had reportedly gone out to fish at a nearby lake.

According to the police, the victim Tajir Ali had gone fishing at Anandapur Kapilimara lake on the fateful day. He never returned from there, prompting the police to carry out a search for his body in the area.

Meanwhile, during their investigations into the matter, the police detained one person on suspicion of having killed Tajir Ali. The suspect in this regard was identified by the officials as Bhupen Bora.

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Officials said that the suspect had gone fishing alongside the victim on the day of the incident at the lake. Search operations are on, however, nothing has come up so far.

Moreover, since the incident took place, tensions have been flaring in the region with the locals demanding justice for the deceased.

Several reports claimed that enraged locals of Anandapur today came out to gherao the Patacharkuchi Police Station in order to pressurize the officials into action.

It may be noted that earlier this month on February 2, a brother-sister duo was allegedly murdered by unidentified miscreants in Assam’s Bongaigaon.  The incident was reported from Durgamari village.

According to information, the miscreants had barged into their house at night and attacked the duo, resulting in their deaths.  The reason for the alleged murder is yet to be established.

The deceased duo were identified as Ajmal Sheikh and Firoza Begum. Meanwhile, local police reached the scene and recovered the bodies for post-mortem.

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