DIBRUGARH: Three youths went missing on September 19, 2021, at Lalmati Tinsukia gaon, Dibrugarh district. According to reports, the three missing youngsters, Kamal Sonowal (21), Dhananjay Sonowal alias Bakhor (16), and Suman Sonowal (17), went to a wedding celebration in Moran’s Ophulia village three days ago and did not return home.
More information about 3 youths
All three young people are students at Dibrugarh’s City College. Both Kamal and Suman Sonowal are from the same family, according to residents in Lalmati village.
For the previous three days, the families of the missing kids have been unable to locate them. It was also discovered that no wedding ceremony was placed in Ophulia village.
Meanwhile, locals suspected them of being members of prohibited organizations. The three boys from Lalmati Gaon have gone missing, according to Dibrugarh Superintendent of Police Shwetank Mishra. In addition, the Dibrugarh police department has begun an investigation into the incident.
A recent case from Dibrugarh
The death of Latu Dihingia, a Ranghar Plaza employee, was discovered about 11 a.m. on Saturday, barely one day after the mall’s launch on Hanuman Singhania Road.
Six people were arrested on Sunday in connection with the killing of a shopping mall employee whose body was discovered in the basement of a Dibrugarh shopping complex.
Following the event, the mall’s 11 employees were detained by the police for questioning. Dipen Dihingia (33), Ranjit Norah (34), Sajibur Rahman (31), Keshab Sonowal (20), Keshab Hazarika (26), and Ranju Hazarika (27) were arrested after police questioned them.
“We have arrested six of them and have sent them to three days’ police remand. We suspect it to be a murder case. From CCTV footage, we came to know that the six persons were present in the mall when the victim went missing at around 1.30 am. We have got crucial clues which we cannot reveal now but the truth will be out soon,” said sub-inspector Manoranjan Saikia, the investigation officer of the case.
On the command of the district administration, police have blocked the mall following the recovery of the body.
Missing person case
Phuleswar Hazarika’s bereaved family is pleased that Bangladesh has handed over his missing son, Mukul, to India.
Mukul (now 41), a rickshaw puller from Assam’s Darrang district, was reported missing on February 16, 2017. The family looked for him for days, but to no avail. A missing report was eventually filed with the police.
Time passed, but there was still no sign of Mukul. The family was then informed by the Darrang police that he was being held in Bangladesh’s Feni Jail in May 2019.
In a letter to the Assam government, Deputy High Commissioner of India in Dhaka Biswadip Dey informed them that one Mukul Hazarika, son of Phuleswar Hazarika of Hodapara village under Mangaldoi Police Station in Darrang district, was still imprisoned in Bangladesh’s Feni Jail despite having served his sentence. The Assam government, on the other hand, did not pursue it.
Darrang Superintendent of Police Sushanta Biswa Sarma, the brother of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, raised the issue with the state’s Home Secretary Diganta Borah early this year.
In July, the state administration wrote to Bangladeshi officials, demanding that they take steps to hand Mukul over to Indian authorities, according to Sarma. He claimed he didn’t know how the man got to Bangladesh.
Emotional moment for Mukul’s family
Along with Mukul’s father, an Assam Police squad travelled to Tripura. When Mukul was reunited with his father, it was an emotional reunion.
“It’s been a long time since he went missing and we had lost all hopes. I am very happy to get him back,” Phuleswar told journalists.