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DIMAPUR, Aug 13 � The two Naga women, whose bodies were recovered near Mariani in Jorhat district in Assam on August 8, have been identified by their relatives.

According to a report, the deceased have been identified as A Tiakala (27), daughter of late Alemkaba Phom and P Pentangla (33), daughter of Pangted Phom of Yaong village in Longleng district of Nagaland.

The victims were reportedly running small grocery shops in their village. They used to commute to Haluating in Assam for their essentials.

Haluating is a small commercial township near Amguri in Assam which supplies essential commodity needs of Tuli areas and more specifically the people of Longleng district.

The report said the duo left for Haluating on August 7 from Yaong village to fetch essentials, probably by a line truck, which commutes from Assam to Longleng during night and after offloading essentials returns to Assam at noon which plies via Yachem village junction.

On reaching Haluating, Tiakala had reportedly contacted her brother at Yaong village through her mobile phone to say that they had reached safely and would return the same night after marketing. This was the last contact and thereafter the phone was found switched off from 7 pm onwards, the brother said.

The victims� relatives, assisted by the Longleng district authority, reached Jorhat Medical College Hospital on Friday evening and identified the bodies which had been kept at the hospital morgue after post- mortem. The bodies have been formally handed over to the relatives, it was reported.

Jorhat Police informed that the investigation into the deaths of two Naga women is on.

Various organisations in Assam are reported to have expressed shock and condemned the brutal torture and killing of the two women. The Jorhat and Mariani Naga Union have also condemned the incident.

As per reports, the bodies of the two women were found in separate locations along the Mariani-Titabor road in Assam. It has been reported that the women were found semi-nude with their hands, neck and legs tied with ropes.

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2 Naga women murdered in Assam identified

DIMAPUR, Aug 13 � The two Naga women, whose bodies were recovered near Mariani in Jorhat district in Assam on August 8, have been identified by their relatives.

According to a report, the deceased have been identified as A Tiakala (27), daughter of late Alemkaba Phom and P Pentangla (33), daughter of Pangted Phom of Yaong village in Longleng district of Nagaland.

The victims were reportedly running small grocery shops in their village. They used to commute to Haluating in Assam for their essentials.

Haluating is a small commercial township near Amguri in Assam which supplies essential commodity needs of Tuli areas and more specifically the people of Longleng district.

The report said the duo left for Haluating on August 7 from Yaong village to fetch essentials, probably by a line truck, which commutes from Assam to Longleng during night and after offloading essentials returns to Assam at noon which plies via Yachem village junction.

On reaching Haluating, Tiakala had reportedly contacted her brother at Yaong village through her mobile phone to say that they had reached safely and would return the same night after marketing. This was the last contact and thereafter the phone was found switched off from 7 pm onwards, the brother said.

The victims� relatives, assisted by the Longleng district authority, reached Jorhat Medical College Hospital on Friday evening and identified the bodies which had been kept at the hospital morgue after post- mortem. The bodies have been formally handed over to the relatives, it was reported.

Jorhat Police informed that the investigation into the deaths of two Naga women is on.

Various organisations in Assam are reported to have expressed shock and condemned the brutal torture and killing of the two women. The Jorhat and Mariani Naga Union have also condemned the incident.

As per reports, the bodies of the two women were found in separate locations along the Mariani-Titabor road in Assam. It has been reported that the women were found semi-nude with their hands, neck and legs tied with ropes.

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