Assam police slaps UAPA against ‘Custody death’ victim’s wife, four others

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(UAPA) against five individuals who supposedly set Batadraba police headquarters in focal Assam’s Nagaon area ablaze for their thought nexus with Islamist dread outfit.

Police have captured 23 individuals including the spouse and minor little girl of Safikul Islam, a fish merchant whose supposed custodial passing had prompted fights, and a horde burning Batadrava police headquarters on Saturday.

“In the video film, both the spouse and the little girl should be visible burning down the police headquarters. The others captured are additionally family members (of the departed),” Indian Express cited Nagaon SP Leena Doley as saying.

Doley said the minor has been captured according to Juvenile Justice rules.

The SP said the UAPA case was enlisted at Dhing police headquarters, which has ward over the town of the denounced individuals.

She said that Nagaon policehave reached out to the police in Barpeta and Bongaigaon regions to affirm whether any of them are connected to the Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT).

The ABT is Bangladesh-based Islamist prohibited fear outfit.

Since March, Assam Police has captured somewhere around 10 individuals in Barpeta and Bongaigaon areas with supposed connections to ABT.

Safiqul Islam, an occupant of Salonibari, was en route to Sivasagar locale on Friday night on a work excursion when the Batadraba police supposedly halted him and requested Rs 10,000 and a duck from him.

At the point when Safiqul neglected to fulfill their needs, the police purportedly took him to Batadraba police headquarters and beat him up in guardianship, prompting his demise.

Following Saturday’s episode, the experts on Sunday demolished places of a few families including Safikul who were purportedly engaged with setting the Batadrava Police Station ablaze on Saturday.

Nagaon police guaranteed the blamed were “encroachers” and were remaining on government land with “manufactured” archives.

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