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Four held for killing   Tipra  Motha worker in Kamalpur


By TC News Desk

Agartala: January 19. Tripura Police have arrested four persons on Wednesday late night for allegedly killing a 44- year old man who was a supporter of Tipra Motha.

The incident took place at Bamancherra area in Kamalpur sub-division under Dhalai district when the deceased identified as Pranajit Namasudra (44) a Tipra motha worker was returning home in his four-wheeler.

Sources from Tripura Police told that the miscreants has allegedly stopped the vehicle of Pranait at Bamancherra area, where the miscreants have dragged him out of vehicle and assaulted him with sharp weapons

“Soon after the incident a large contingent of police rushed to the spot, rescued the victim in a critical condition and rushed him to Kamalpur hospital. After preliminary treatment doctor referred him to Kulal hospital where he succumbed to his injuries, the police said.

The police have also claimed that the incident took place following previous enmity.However the police have said that the situation is peaceful. Soon after the incident, Royal Scion and Chairman of TIPRA Motha Pradyot Kishore Manikya Debbarma wrote on his Twitter, “Getting reports of a Tipra motha worker Pranajit Namasudhra being seriously wounded (allegedly)by members from the ruling party in Surma constituency II appeal for peace and calm and our members not to react, I am personally enquiring on the matter”.

He also urged to his party workers not to react or do anything. I am personally verifying what has happened Last thing we need is violence in the build up to the election”, he said.

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