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Magisterial enquiry into the death of trio

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GUWAHATI, March 19 � The Kamrup Metro district administration has called for an enquiry into the sensational death of Barun Kalita, his wife and infant daughter due to alleged suicide last year.

�The District Magistrate, Kamrup Metro, has entrusted Kajori Rajkhowa, Executive Magistrate, Kamrup Metro district, to cause an enquiry into the death of Barun Kalita and his wife Anamika Kalita along with their 10-month old daughter for allegedly committing suicide by jumping into the river Brahmaputra on October 21, 2013, being reportedly unable to afford the treatment of their daughter and reportedly refused by the GMCH authority to register their daughter�s name in the �State Government Special Medical Scheme for Treatment of the Children below 14 years suffering from CHD� on the ground that they did not have a BPL card,� an official statement said.

It added, �All individuals, members of the public, association, organization or any interested person can appear for hearing in the office chamber of Rajkhowa, at the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup Metro, Guwahati, between 11 am and 3 pm on March 24.�

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Magisterial enquiry into the death of trio

GUWAHATI, March 19 � The Kamrup Metro district administration has called for an enquiry into the sensational death of Barun Kalita, his wife and infant daughter due to alleged suicide last year.

�The District Magistrate, Kamrup Metro, has entrusted Kajori Rajkhowa, Executive Magistrate, Kamrup Metro district, to cause an enquiry into the death of Barun Kalita and his wife Anamika Kalita along with their 10-month old daughter for allegedly committing suicide by jumping into the river Brahmaputra on October 21, 2013, being reportedly unable to afford the treatment of their daughter and reportedly refused by the GMCH authority to register their daughter�s name in the �State Government Special Medical Scheme for Treatment of the Children below 14 years suffering from CHD� on the ground that they did not have a BPL card,� an official statement said.

It added, �All individuals, members of the public, association, organization or any interested person can appear for hearing in the office chamber of Rajkhowa, at the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup Metro, Guwahati, between 11 am and 3 pm on March 24.�

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