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Four booked in minor boys� murder case at Bokota

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SIVASAGAR, March 4 - Bokota Nemuguri police on Friday took into custody Bhaikon Murari and three others in connection with the beheading of two minor boys Manoj Baowry (class IV) and Ramesh Baowry (class III) at Deoriting Facalani gaon. The three others are Rekha Pandov, Ranjit Pandov and Mintu Koiri. Prime suspect Bhaikon Murari was arrested on March 2, the day on which the decomposed parts of bodies of the students were recovered in a jungle by the local people.

Family members of the two boys informed Bokota Nemuguri police about the missing boys fifteen days ago. Police allegedly did nothing to trace the missing boys. Hundreds of irate people gheraoed the police party that went to the scene. Additional police teams had to be rushed to the area to control the irate people.

Meanwhile Raj Kishore Bhumij and Diganta Shahu, president and secretary, Assam Tea Tribes Students Association, Demow unit, in a release yesterday demanded stringent action against the perpetrators of the crime and adequate compensation to the bereaved families.

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Four booked in minor boys� murder case at Bokota

SIVASAGAR, March 4 - Bokota Nemuguri police on Friday took into custody Bhaikon Murari and three others in connection with the beheading of two minor boys Manoj Baowry (class IV) and Ramesh Baowry (class III) at Deoriting Facalani gaon. The three others are Rekha Pandov, Ranjit Pandov and Mintu Koiri. Prime suspect Bhaikon Murari was arrested on March 2, the day on which the decomposed parts of bodies of the students were recovered in a jungle by the local people.

Family members of the two boys informed Bokota Nemuguri police about the missing boys fifteen days ago. Police allegedly did nothing to trace the missing boys. Hundreds of irate people gheraoed the police party that went to the scene. Additional police teams had to be rushed to the area to control the irate people.

Meanwhile Raj Kishore Bhumij and Diganta Shahu, president and secretary, Assam Tea Tribes Students Association, Demow unit, in a release yesterday demanded stringent action against the perpetrators of the crime and adequate compensation to the bereaved families.