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Assam: ‘Missing’ minor Hindu girl found dead in Bongaigaon, police detain one Sarfaraz Hussain

“Assam: ‘Missing’ minor Hindu girl found dead in Bongaigaon, police detain one Sarfaraz Hussain”, Opindia, March 11, 2024:

“On Friday (8th March) night, the dead body of a 16-year-old Hindu girl was found near Dangtal Railway Market in Bongaigaon district of Assam.

As per reports, the victim had been missing since Tuesday (5th March). A day later, her family filed a complaint with the Bongaigaon police and accused a local named Sarfaraz Hussain of luring and entraping the minor girl.

Based on the complaint, the police detained the accused. When the body of the 16-year-old was discovered on Friday, the Hindus in the area staged a demonstration demanding justice for the victim…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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