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Kokrajhar boy who lost two legs rescued from Lucknow

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  6 April 2016 12:00 AM GMT

From our Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, April 5: Sibhu Murmu, son of Bisnhu Murmu of village Jitpur under Bishmuri police outpost, who was missing since September, 2015, was rescued from Lucknow by the joint efforts of Discovery Club, an NGO of Kokrajhar in association with Kokrajhar district All Adivasi Students’ Association of Assam (AASAA) recently. This was informed by the secretary of the Discovery Club, Hareswar Brahma.

Sources said Sibhu Murmu lost his both legs in a train accident at Lucknow and was admitted at St. George Medical Hospital, Lucknow on January 29, 2016 but nobody knew about his proper identity and address as Murmu cannot speak Hindi and other languages. Md. Aziz Mansuri and Neeraj Rastogi, advocate of Lucknow High Court helped him get treatment and contacted the district administration, Kokrajhar so that the boy could be brought back to his family. The Kokrajhar Deputy Commissioner contacted the office bearers of the Discovery Club to collect the missing report of boys and accordingly, they got the missing report from Jitpur village of Bishmuri.

Discovery Club (NGO) and All Adivasi Students’ Association of Assam (AASAA), Kokrajhar, traced the family of the boy. Later, the member of Discovery Club and two villagers of Jitpur village travelled to Lucknow to identify the boy and bring him back to Kokrajhar and subsequently handed over to his family.

Sibhu Murmu who was traveling from Harya to Kokrajhar by train fell down and got injured. According to him he had gone to find a job in Harya and after working for 22 days he got Rs 1500.

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