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Friday, December 8, 2023

Assam: Mani Khan murders his Hindu live-in partner Anju Dorjee in Guwahati

Another Hindu girl who became victim of Love Jihad and lost her life. Muslim youth Mani Khan trapped Hindu girl Anju Dorjee and started to stay with her in a live-in relationship. A week ago, the dead body of Anju was recovered from the rented flat, while Mani was absconding. At last, the Police arrested the accused Mani Khan from Dispur. 

As per the reports, the deceased Anju was from Bokazan area. Mani Khan is a resident of Barpeta district. Mani Khan is already married and is father of two children. Some time ago, they started to live in a rented flat in the 6 Mile area of Guwahati Town. 

On the 12th of November, the landlord got a foul smell coming from the flat. As the flat was closed, the landlord informed the Police. The Police recovered the dead body of Anju. But, the Police couldn’t find her live-in partner Mani Khan. 

Immediately, the Police launched an investigation. The Police checked CCTV footage of the housing colony and identified the main accused Mani Khan as leaving the place. After which, the Police launched a massive hunt to arrest the accused Mani Khan. 

After a week of hunting, on the 19th of November, the Police arrested Mani Khan from Dispur. The Police are investigating the matter. The Police officials are now interrogating the arrested Mani Khan and are trying to unearth the reason behind the murder. 

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