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Police remand for Nagaon culprit

A local magistrate in Nagaon on Friday remanded Mithu Roy to two days police custody after the trader was produced before it in connection with the recent incident where he and his associates thrashed four former ULFA rebels who approached him for fund to feed the flood hit people. 

According to allegations, he was the main culprit who hired a few local associates to beat up the youths who were raising fund. 

He was arrested on Thursday as he was on the run as police arrested his three associates on Wednesday afternoon. 

Meanwhile, a huge gathering in the central Assam town demanded examplary punishment of the accused youths saying that they have no rights over Assam, its people and resources.

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