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Assam: CBI releases names, images of accused in Lakiful Islam murder case

Assam: CBI releases names, images of accused in Lakiful Islam murder case

In a significant development, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday released the photos of miscreants who were involved in the sensational murder of All Bodo Minority Students' Union  (ABMSU) President Lafikul Islam in Assam four years back. 

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Assam: CBI releases names, images of accused in Lakiful Islam Assam: CBI releases names, images of accused in Lakiful Islam

GUWAHATI: In a significant development, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday released the photos of miscreants who were involved in the sensational murder of All BTC Minority Students' Union  (ABMSU) President Lafikul Islam in Assam four years back.

"The involvement of Rupa Brahma alias Kejeng Brahma alias Ramesh Brahma... Dingkur Mushahary alias Dao... and Bhadreswar Basumatary alias Bhadre has been found",  CBI said in a press statement.

CBI has also announced a cash reward of Rs 2,00,000 to anyone providing information leading to the arrest of the three accused.

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"Any person giving any information regarding the above stated accused persons, leading to the arrest of the said persons will be rewarded with Rs. 2,00,000/- for each person by the CBI. The name of the person given information will be kept confidential if desired. Information can be given to The HOB & Asst. Superintendent of Police, CBI, SCB, CGO Complex, DF Block, A Wing, 2nd Floor, Salt Lake-700064 Phone Nos. 033-23596118/ 23596119, 9051255109 Emailhobsckol@cbi.gov.in Police Control Room Kokrajhar- 03661-270667, 6026900824", CBI further wrote in the statement.

Ahmed, a popular minority students’ leader and a critic of the BJP led government, was killed in broad daylight by an unidentified person on August 1, 2017, Initially, the case was being handled by the state police, and a special investigation team (SIT) was formed to investigate the matter. But after protests by the ABMSU, the matter was handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

On Sunday, the ABMSU activists staged a massive protest demanding justice for its slain president who was killed exactly four years ago.