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3 Nepali nationals killed in Assam
Published on 28 Nov. 2010 11:45 PM IST
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Three Nepali nationals were killed in Assam allegedly by a group of surrendered cadres of National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB).
According to police report, the police recovered a worn out dead body on the bank of Kekrajuli river near Dhekiajuli under Dhekiajuli police station on November 26 last. The deceased was later identified as Mahesh Ghimirey of Nepal.
On the other hand, two other companions of the deceased were also killed by the cadres of the NDFB.
They were identified as Anil Pokhrel and Jhalak Shrawan Subedi, but till the filing of this report, the police have not been able to recover the bodies of the two other Nepali nationals. According to police report, the trio were traceless on the way to Guwahati from Nepal.
The police during an investigation, apprehended one Bhagya Basumatary, the driver of an Indica car in which the three Nepali nationals were traveling. The police could arrest one Dhaneswar Basumatary, surrendered cadre of insurgent group NDFB.
During the interrogation, Dhaneswar confessed the crime and said that he kidnapped the three Nepali nationals with the help of some surrendered NDFB cadres on October 28 last and killed them at Shantipur village under Dhekiajuli police station and buried them on the bank of the Kekrajuli river bank.
Dhaneswar also confessed during the interrogation that they looted about eight hundred thousand rupees from the deceased and killed them by hitting on the head by an axe.
The apprehended surrendered NDFB cadre also disclosed that they were helped by some Nepali speaking villagers of Gangapur village near Dhekijuli in the kidnapping activity.
The police were yet to trace out the proper address of the Nepali nationals but it was suspected that they came to Assam to buy horns of rhino which is banned in the international market. The police were still investigating into the murder till the filing of this report.

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