Assam CM visits the family of two sisters found hanging from a tree, assures stern action. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma paid a visit to the family members of two adolescent girls discovered hanging from a tree in their village in Kokrajhar district on Sunday. And assured them that the police would quickly ascertain the truth about the event.
Sarma, who traveled to Abhayakhuti hamlet in western Assam and spoke with victims’ family members. Said there are some suspicions about a few individuals and police have detained five individuals for questioning.
“Two of the five inmates had their cell phones erased of all communications and images. They conversed with the girls for a while “The Chief Minister addressed the press.
Sarma, who is in charge of the Home portfolio, said that the case prima facie implies both murder and suicide under pressure.
“If it is a murder, the police will undoubtedly apprehend and punish the perpetrators. If it is a suicide, we must ascertain the circumstances behind such a heinous act. “I have directed the police in this regard,” the Chief Minister stated, adding. “We are not taking the death of the two indigenous girls lightly; we will proceed with the utmost severity.”
Therefore, Sarma said that he personally investigated the event and discussed it with the Bodoland Territorial Area Inspector General and Kokrajhar Superintendent of Police.
According to the victims’ family members. Both girls, who have been missing since Friday afternoon. Says kill after rape.
Moreover, Post-mortem examination of the corpses isto be conduct at Kokrajhar Civil Hospital.
The people of Abhayakhuti, a tribal community, was taken aback by the horrible deed