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Gawahati : TET Teacher found hanging from a tree near Khanapara bus stop

The deceased has been identified as Pranab Mili a resident of Majuli. He is a qualified TET teacher who successfully pass TET Exam. The exact cause of the death is still unknown, official have refrained from ruling it as a clear-cut of suicide, instead they have vowed to explore all the angle to find out the truth.

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In a sensational incident a man was found hanging on a tree near Khanapra bus stop in Guwahati on Friday morning.

As per initial reports, the body was found hanging by residents of the area early today morning. Since the recovery of the body, panic has gripped the people of the locality.

The deceased has been identified as Pranab Mili a resident of Majuli. He is a qualified TET teacher who successfully pass TET Exam. The exact cause of the death is still unknown, official have refrained from ruling it as a clear-cut of suicide, instead they have vowed to explore all the angle to find out the truth.

Soon after the body was found, a team of cops from the nearby Dispur Police Station rushed to the scene. They recovered the body and sent it for autopsy.

Officials said they will investigate every possible angle to find out the truth. Further details will also emerge after the arrival of the autopsy report.

Officials also found  a suicide note near the body. The note reportedly mentioned that the man took the extreme step as he was unable to repay loans against his name. In the  suicide note found near the body mentioned the name of Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and asked for his help in clearing all official procedures following his death.

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