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3 held for Muslimuddin murder

Police on Thursday have picked up three people in connection with the killing of a correspondent of the Asomiya Pratidin Muslimuddin on April 1. The arrested people have been identified as Qutubur Rahman, Mohammed Tuta Miyan and Mohhamed Joynul Haque.

Muslimuddin, a correspondent of the vernacular daily was killed with lethal weapons by a some miscreants for a series of reports that he had filed about anti-social and criminal activities in the Morajhar area of Hojai sub-division on April 1.

He died on Wednesday morning while he was rushed to Guwahati with injuries. Muslimuddin was on his way on a bicycle from Morajhar bazaar to his residence at Barpukhuri, when the group, numbering about six persons.
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