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AGARTALA, June 27 - Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb today rubbished social media reports about illegal harvesting of the kidneys and other vital organs of a minor found killed in Tulabagan area of West Tripura district last night.

Citing the autopsy report, Deb said the kidneys and other organs of the 11-year-old boy were found intact.

The boy had gone missing from his residence in Tulabagan yesterday and his body was recovered from a nearby jungle in the evening, the police said.

Social media reports claimed that the deceased�s kidney and other vital organs were illegally removed, triggering panic among people. Wounds were spotted on the body of the boy, son of a daily wage earner. Policemen are yet to ascertain the reason behind the murder.

�The kidneys and other vital organs of the deceased were not taken out of the body of Purna Biswas as rumoured by a section of people,� the Chief Minister informed the Assembly, citing the autopsy report prepared by a medical board.

Deb said there was no facility for kidney or liver transplant in the entire State or even in the adjacent districts of Bangladesh.

�There has been a systematic attempt to create unrest in the State,� Deb, who took over the reins of Tripura in March last ending the 25-year rule of the CPI(M), said.

�It appears a section of people are creating trouble ever since the new Government declared a war against the illegal trade of ganja, heroin and cough syrup,� he said.

Later, a resolution condemning the incident was passed in the Assembly unanimously. � PTI

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Tripura CM rubbishes social media reports

AGARTALA, June 27 - Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb today rubbished social media reports about illegal harvesting of the kidneys and other vital organs of a minor found killed in Tulabagan area of West Tripura district last night.

Citing the autopsy report, Deb said the kidneys and other organs of the 11-year-old boy were found intact.

The boy had gone missing from his residence in Tulabagan yesterday and his body was recovered from a nearby jungle in the evening, the police said.

Social media reports claimed that the deceased�s kidney and other vital organs were illegally removed, triggering panic among people. Wounds were spotted on the body of the boy, son of a daily wage earner. Policemen are yet to ascertain the reason behind the murder.

�The kidneys and other vital organs of the deceased were not taken out of the body of Purna Biswas as rumoured by a section of people,� the Chief Minister informed the Assembly, citing the autopsy report prepared by a medical board.

Deb said there was no facility for kidney or liver transplant in the entire State or even in the adjacent districts of Bangladesh.

�There has been a systematic attempt to create unrest in the State,� Deb, who took over the reins of Tripura in March last ending the 25-year rule of the CPI(M), said.

�It appears a section of people are creating trouble ever since the new Government declared a war against the illegal trade of ganja, heroin and cough syrup,� he said.

Later, a resolution condemning the incident was passed in the Assembly unanimously. � PTI

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