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Youth arrested for molestation case

Police have arrested four youths so far in connection with the molestation case of a girl in Guwahati on Monday night. Identified as Dhanraj Basfor, the youth was arrested on Wednesday evening on the basis of the footage beamed by the satellite TV news channels. Police further have also identified another three - Dhruba Jyoti Kalita, Sikandar Basfor and Dipak Dey.


Dhruba Jyoti Kalita, an employee of state government's IT development agency Amtron, was sacked on Tuesday and he is still absconding. Dhanraj and Sikandar reside in Horizon colony of the Indrapur area here and working at Gauhati Medical College Hospital. The other youth, Dipak Dey, is said to be an auto rickshaw driver who stays at a rented house at Ananda Nagar. The district administration asked police to take up the matter strictly and also submit a report. The Assam Human Rights Commission has also registered case in the matter.

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kirti lata's picture

do not leave them in bail.please take strict action against the culprits and the audience watching it live and not helping the girl being molested put all of them in jail.
Antara's picture

It is a shamful act for a state enriched with cultural sanity. Horrendous act in the State. Not only the State police dept but every man, youth, woman should punish them. We always think nothern india can bear such problem and north east india is best known for its respect towards women. This act is a warning towards the starting of attrocites in the name of woman. lets get more aware and stop this at thebeginning itself..punish the goons

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