KOKRAJHAR, JUN 14: The All Rabha Students Union (ARSU) has demanded a thorough CBI investigation and punished the involved culprits with the two death bodies of young girls recovered in mysterious condition hanging on a tree recently at Abhaikuti remote where in Kokrajhar district.
It may be mentioned that two young sisters of a family were found in mysterious condition hanging on a tree, who were identified as Robita Rabha (15) and Somaina Rabha (13) on Friday evening last at Abhaikuti under Kokrajhar police station.
On Sunday, Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma, BTR chief executive member Pramod Boro visited at the Abhaikuti and took stock about the incident. Dr Sarma asked the police administration to take strict investigation into the incident for gaining more inputs about the incident.
A ten members team of CID and Forensic Science Laboratory, Guwahati have started it’s investigation into the incident today.
The CID team was led by SP (CID) Kankanjyoti Saikia and was assisted by deputy director of Forensic Science laboratory Partho Sarma.
The CID and Forensic team have assessed all angles of the incident besides visited at the spot where two young sister’s bodies found on a tree in mysterious condition.
The CID team collected all information into the incident and interact with family members.
Saikia told that his team has assessed all inputs and information regarding the incident.
“The CID team expressed their hopeful that the reports would be coming out shortly after completion of the investigation”, Saikia added.
A delegation team of ARSU led by it’s assistant general secretary of ARSU, Dipangkhar Rabha visited at the victim’s family to take stock about the incident.
Rabha has demanded a CBI investigation into the incident and punishment for the culprits.
He has urged the state government to take strong step while investigating the incident.
Chairperson of Assam state commission for protection of child rights, Dr Sunita Changkakoti visited at the house of victim’s family and shared views about the incident.
She was accompanied with chairperson of child welfare committee (CWC) Kokrajhar Malati Rani Narzary.
Dr Changkakoti took stock about the incident which had created shockwaves and chaos among other citizens in the region.
Dr Changkakoti expressed her serious concern over the incident and demanded a strict investigation into the incident.
She said that state government and police administration must initiate strict step against the crimes on women and girls in the state.
BTC MCLAs Hemanta Rabha and Pradip Kumar Bhutan also visited at the victim’s family and met family members.
Family members of the girls demanded strong punishment for the involved culprits through the thorough investigation.
Locals demanded that the involved culprits must be punished through the strict investigation.
On Sunday, Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma visited at the Abhaikuti and took stock about the incident.
Meanwhile, the toll of arrest have gone up to seven with two more arrests today in relation with the two bodies of young girl’s recovered at Abhaikuti remote area.
Toll of arrests have gone up to seven so far.
SP Kokrajhar Prateek Thube told that deep and thorough investigation is going on into the Abhaikuti incident which have created shockwaves among the society in the area in Kokrajhar district.
He said that the investigation is going on right and positive direction into and more new input and more informations are coming out.
He informed that the postmortem report is expecting to reach within short span of days.
The two arrested were identified as Nasibul Ali sk (19) and Forijul Rahman (22) of Salbari village.
Thube also informed that the CID is associating the police in the investigation.