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Dead body recovered and claimed

SILCHAR, July 20: A dead bodyof a middle aged person which was recovered from amidst the tea bushes of Binnakandi Tea Estate on Thursday noon by Lakhipur police has been identified asthat of Nazul Haque Chowdhury, the driver of a commercial vehicle, hailing from Rampur village under Borkhola constituency of Cachar. According to information from Lakhipur, Nazul Haque was moving with the vehicle towards Jirighat, bordering Manipur, most probably on commercial trip. His dead body was identified by the family members in Silchar Medical College and Hospitalwhere it was taken by the police for post mortem.
His family source said that Nazul Haque had been away from home since July 17 with the vehicle on differentdestinations as directed by the owner, who is yet to come forward and take possession of the vehicle.
The vehicle with the numberplate AS 11 AC 4474 was found abandoned near Barak bridge at Fulertal point along NH-54 by the police and taken to Lakhipurpolice station where it is stationed.
The police in the meantime has launched a hunt to traceout the culprit behind the murder of Nazul Haque. The motive of the culprits is not known. As pointed out, the Lakhipur corridor to Manipurthat spans the Fulertal-Jirighat-Jiribam route linking Barak Valley with Manipur has emerged as a crime-prone zone. It has been witness to a series of crimes involving drivers and their vehicles in recent past.
The SDO (civil) of Lakhipur, Biresh Chandra Nath, is holding a meeting with the SDPO of the zone along with the officers-in-charge of Lakhipur, Banskandi, Jirighat and Joypur to review the law and order situation and adopt proactive measures in order to curb the growing crimes. (Sentinelassam)

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