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Soobodh escaped on Mar 10

Dhemaji police have extracted many vital clues suggesting the safe escape of Soobodh Biswas, the main culprit behind the Silapothar clash where some a local AASU office was vandalized last week.

These sensational revelations surfaced when police interrogated a person who confessed to have helped the NBBUSS president escape from Silapothar hours after the clash.

He revealed before the police how he ferried Biswas at a boat on the river on March 10.

Delhi, Nagpur, West Bengal police are on alert in view of the incident where the main culprit could be hiding.

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