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Sex scam takes new twist in Diphu
Correspondent DIPHU JUNE 5:
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Published on 5 Jun. 2011 11:40 PM IST
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Sex racket report in the heart of Diphu town has raised considerable opinion among people. At the initial stage, media reports focused views on the version of DC Colony dwellers; however, lately some new facts have emerged.
According to reports a Government employee, Hari Sankar Chakraborty, an employee in Diphu Civil Hospital victimized some girls in the locality to entertain his friends where the matter was reported to police by the locality on the ground of immoral act.
It was reported that on May 24, three persons, Animesh Acharyya, Lalan Mazumdar and Subrata Das entered the residence of Hari Sankar Chakraborty, around 12pm and witnessed Chakraborty engaging in illegal acts.
Eying the foul activities, residents of DC colony stormed inside the room and found four persons. However, the other five managed to slip away from the spot.
At that time Hari Sankar Chakraborty was out of station and later rushed back to Diphu to face the wrath of the locals for indulging in the sex scandal. However, he denied involvement in the issue. On May 26, two of the miscreants, Lalan Mazumdar and Subrata Das, confessed before the residents of DC Colony and promised to produce the third person, Animesh Acharyya, kingpin of this nexus and claimed that Hari Sankar Chakraborty was innocent and in no way involved in the matter.
Hari Sankar Chakraborty filed a case at Diphu Town Police Outpost on May 26 against Lalal Majumdar, Subrata Das and Animesh Acharyya on the charge of illegal trespassing into his house with two women. The FIR was filed basing on the confession statement of Lalan Mazumdar and Subrata Das. Diphu Police is investigation into the matter and tracing to arrest the three persons involved in the case.

 
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