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AATSA demands recovery of missing twin baby


Assam Tea Tribes Student Association (AATSA) is planning to protest at Jorhat Medical Hospital (JMCH) regarding the missing baby of Niha and Bipin Modi. The Assistant General Secretary of teh organisation told this at a press conference on March 12 at Sivasagar. The Modi family claim to gave birth to twin baby boy and was allegedly swapped with a girl at the hospital.


In the meantime Bipin Modi had sent a letter to Chief Secretary of & DGP demanding recovery of the twin baby witin 72 hours, else they would approach Guwahati high Court for justice.




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