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Mysterious massacre of a couple at Kalaigaon

In a very sensational and brutal incident miscreants killed a couple last night at Nijkalaigaon village near Kalaigaon town on February 10.According to information Bakul Rabha (35) and his wife Saru Rabha (25) had been shot with AK series rifle last night at around 11 pm.According to neighbours,they could hear sounds of more than twenty five to thirty rounds of fire from automatic weapons before setting of fire to the whole house where the couple had been sleeping.A new Pulsar bike along with other house hold articles burnt to ashes along with the bodies of the couple.Miscreants left the scene of massacre  an hour later. Neighbours dared not come out of their houses till morning.According to neighbours,the couple had settled at the Village four years back.They also confirmed hearing sounds of people walking with heavy duty boots in the night before and after shooting took place.The statement has given new twist to the mysterious massacre.Police tried to point finger at ULFA.But other sources had other versions.They wondered at why none of the neighbours called police during night,even when a house was burning so close.The situation has created panic in and around Kalaigaon. Police arrived at the scene in the morning and recovered 28 rounds of empty shell of AK series rifle on the spot.Mukesh Agarwalla,Additional DGP,Assam; Sadhana Hojai, Deputy Commissioner and Rajveer Sing SP, Udaguri visited the site today morning.

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