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Tripura Man Gets Death Penalty For Killing 5 Including 3 Of Family

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A court in Tripura’s Khowai district sentenced a 40-year-old man to death for murdering five people in a killing spree last year, including his two daughters, elder brother, a police inspector, and a passerby.

After hearing the arguments, District and Sessions Judge Sankari Das sentenced the man to death on Wednesday.

“Pradip Debroy appeared to be mentally ill at first, but doctors later certified that he was mentally fit. In less than a year, the court issued its decision “Bikash Deb, a government advocate, stated.

Debroy, a resident of the district’s Uttar Ramchandraghat area and a daily wagerer by trade, turned violent on November 26 at midnight, killing his two daughters Aditi and Mandira with an iron rod.

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When his elder brother, Amalesh Debroy, arrived on the scene, he was also killed on the spot by the convict, according to Assistant Inspector General Jyotishman Das Chowdhury.

After murdering the three family members, the convict ran out onto the road and began randomly attacking passersby, injuring two people on a rickshaw, one of whom, Krishna Das, died as a result of his injuries at Khowai hospital.


As Debroy wrought trouble on the road, Khowai Police Station officer-in-charge Satyajit Mallik and a large police contingent arrived and attempted to arrest him.

However, during the fight, Debroy attacked Mallik, who died later at a state-run hospital in Agartala. He was eventually apprehended by the police.


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