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Water poisoning in Guwahati at Uzanbazar, 2 dead

Guwahati : Uzanbazar the heart of Guwahati, the unofficial capital of Northeast and the year is 2007 in India, one of the fastest growing economies of the world and you still have reports of deaths due to water poisoning.

2 people died and 14 are serious due to water poisoning in the Padum Pukhuri area of Uzanbazar area. Approximately 50 families have been effected. The deceased are Sunil Bhaspor, 9 years and Runu Hazarika, 45 years.

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AASU rally at Raha against power cut

11 May 2012 - 7:48pm | Dibya J Borthakur

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According to information, additional chief secretary will probe into it. Another magisterial probe by Sivasagar additional deputy commissioner has already begun.

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The protesters demanded judicial probe into the killing saying they are not satisfied with the magisterial probe being ordered.

The people withdrew the blockade as soon as the officers assured them of action to bring the culprits to book within 15 days. They also sent a memorandum to the Chief minister through the circle officer demanding immediate action against the culprits.

It may be noted that Dulen Baruah,was killed during a joint operation against ULFA by police and CRPF in Moranhat under Sivasagar district day before the Rongali bihu at his own residence at Rangali Himpora gaon.