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Thursday , August 7 , 2014
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41 go missing

Tezpur, Aug. 6: Family members of 41 people from Assam who had gone to work in Arunachal Pradesh have informed police that there has been no news about them for the last two months.

The group had gone to work at Anini in Dibang Valley district in Arunachal.

Sources said the 41 people who were taken by a Balipara-based contractor in Sonitpur district to work with the BRO a couple of months ago have had no contact with their families since the day they left.

The family members of the people today informed Sonitpur superintendent of police Sanjukta Parasor about the situation and provided the list of the 41 people.

Momi Das, mother of Nayanmoni Das, 14, said they were accompanied by a contractor to work for BRO. The contractor who took them from Milanpur area in Sonitpur district has also not been traced.

Parasar has communicated with the Arunachal government seeking a safe recovery of the 41 people.

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