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Ranjit Bora Murder Case: Two persons arrested in Morigaon in connection with the murder

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Ranjit Bora Murder Case: Two people have been arrested in Assam’s Morigaon district for their alleged involvement in the death of Guwahati businessman Ranjit Bora. Amir Ali has been identified as the person arrested. He lives in the Panjabari district of Guwahati.

The other one is Chintu Medhi aka Kishore.

Morigaon Police apprehended Amir in Borigaon. The arrest warrant was issued by the Guwahati Commissioner of Police. Amir Ali was apprehended while seeking refuge at the home of his mother-in-law.

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He was brought to Guwahati by a team of Dispur Police officers.

Unidentified gunmen shot Ranjit Bora, manager of prominent milk brand Purabi Dairy, dead in broad daylight on November 21 in Panjabari.

He was carrying a large sum of cash to deposit at a bank when the incident occurred, according to reports.

Ranjit Borah who owns a distributor of Purabi Dairy was shot dead in Guwahati on 21 November by unidentified bike-borne assailants.

The incident occurred when Borah was about to deposit money in the ICICI Bank in Panjabari, Guwahati.

The incident exposed Guwahati’s poor security cover near Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra. According to reports, Ranjit Borah came to the bank with a bag of money to deposit around Rs 2.50 lakh.

According to eyewitnesses, these miscreants on bikes engaged in a tug-of-war to snatch the money from Ranjit Bora. The miscreants fired a pistol at Ranjit Bora in order to steal the bag.

He was rushed to GMCH hospital, where doctors declared him dead.

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