Three traffickers arrested in Kokrajhar
Kokrajhar,May 25: Kokrajhar police,RPF,ABSU apprehended three suspected human traffickers and rescued two minor girls from traffickers at Brahmaputra train at Kokrajhar rail station this evening.
The persons were tried to trafficked girls to Delhi keeping lobby of jobs.The rescued girls are from Biswanath Chariali and they boarded train at Rangia station.
Getting information about the trafficking, ABSU workers from Kokrajhar district unit committee of ABSU,Kokrajgar police and RPF carried out a search along the train and arrested the person and rescued the two minor girls.The rescued girls are under 15-16 year age group.
The arrested were identified as Rapul Hussain, 22,(Rangia),Ajay Biswas,22,(Morigaon) and Bijan Borah,20,Guwahati.
Arrested are now bought at Kokrajhar Police Station.
A RPF Officer,Kokrajhar told that the persons were arrested from Brahmaputra mail down train who were allegedly tried to trafficked girls from Assam.
An FIR has been lodged with police in this regard
30 May 2013 - 10:18am | Maihursa Boro
Preety Boro Memorial All Assam Green Quiz Contest 2013 on the theme "Environment & Development" is going to be held at Udalguri on June 5, the World Environment Day under the banner of P Foundation. The competition is open for all schools, colleges, university students across Assam. One team from each institution consisting of two (2) members is invited to the contest. Three (3) winning teams will be awarded with certificate of proficiency, trophies and cash prizes. The registration for the competition should be completed by June 3. For Participation details please contact at 8724074298 or email to: email@example.com
P Foundation is a social initiative by YPM Group founded on October 14, 2012 in memory of Late Preety Boro. The organisation focuses on education, healthcare & family welfare, rural transformation, social causes and urban renewal.
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One after another Union ministers are visiting the state at a time when BJP and Congress are equally feeling the heat of the Indo-Bangla land deal. Boxed by the circumstances, the BJP leadership are maintaining stoic silence allowing the Union leaders an ministers to speak out in support of the deal than runs into a hail of protest.
The Centre sent Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Saturday who strongly advocated the deal saying that it would be instrumental to help both the countries resolve the perennial infiltration and border issues.
Rathore who talked to the media in the sidelight of a function to mark the nationwide launch of three social security schemes said, “the biggest problem is immigration. If the boundary is not demarcated, there cannot be fencing. Now that the international boundary has been defined, fencing work can be completed and infiltration will stop.”