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3 arrested in Cotton Prof murder


Police have achieved a major breakthrough into the sensational murder of Cotton College professor Dr Bibha Devi when 3 persons in this connection arrested.


Talking to AssamTimes, sources said Raju has confessed his role in the sensational killing case. Police further have recovered Dr Devi's mobile phone.


The killer was arrested 5 hours after the teachers and students took out a silent procession in the city demanding the immediate arrest of the culprits.


Meanwhile, police have arrested the second one killer. He is Nur Islam, a rickshow puller who was pickep up from Rehabari 1 hour after Raju was arrested.


Police arrested one Mujibur Rehman from Fatasil Ambari area in this connection.


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Dhruba's picture

This sensational murder should elert us for the coming days.
Jayantakumar's picture

People will forget and same would be repeated
gautham's picture

Finaly Police has done good job.But to give more protection & safeguard of the gauhatian, at least 2 or 3 police personal should be first withdrawn from the socalled VIPs whom that they are using the policeman as their sakor.

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