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Relief for Lafikul's family

 The Bodoland Territorial Council(BTC )  on Tuesday issued appointment letter to his younger brother and sister of Lafikul Ahmed who was killed by unidentified miscreants a couple of weeks back in Kokrajhar.

BTAD chief Hagrama Mohilary handed the letters in presence of ABMSU leaders on Tuesday apart from Rs 2 lakh to the bereaved family.

  On the other hand, All India United Democratic Front(AIUDF) chief and Dhubri Lok Sabha MP Badaruddin Ahmed visited Salakati to meet family members of Lafikul Islam. Ajmal was accompanied by six MLAs on his visit and also met BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary at Bodoland Guest House.

 Ajmal rushed the Salakati residence of Lafikul and met family members.Later,he also met BTC chief Mohilary,who is also BPF president at Bodoland Guest House in Kokrajhar.

 Ajmal took stock about prevailing situation in the region during meeting with Mohilary as well Deputy Commissioner and SP of Kokrajhar.

 Ajmal said that CBI must be conducted to arrest culprits and punish who were involved with Lafikul murder case.He said that peoples in the region are face security lapsed. He has demanded stern measures against killing of Lafikul. He said that assasination of Lafikul was condemned and unfortunate in the state.

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