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Gauripur MLA beaten up; in GMCH

On the eve of the third phase of panchayat poll, Gauripur legislator andan associate of the ruling Congress and two others have been seriously injury while they were beaten up by the local people on Tuesday wee hours for distributing blankets after the end of poll campaign.

According to information, the MLA Mohibol Haque was distributing blankets at a secret poll meeting on Monday midnight in Gauripur. Local people rushed to the spot and mired in altercation. Mr Haque fled from the spot but the people of the area followed him an assaulted him. His security personnels opened fire but fell injured.

Later Gauripur police came and rescued the MLA and rushed to the Guwahati medical College Hospital in Guwahati with his injured security man The MLA’s car and several motorcycles have been brunt down by the irate mob. The situation is said to be calm but tension prevails Police and para military troops have been patrolling in the area to avert any untoward area.
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