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Writer Tulika Saikia's manuscript of novel stolen

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  18 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

Golaghat, May 17: Renowned writer Tulika Saikia, who won the prestigious Munin Borkotoky Award in the year 2014, suffered a setback after the write-up of her soon-to-be-launched novel was stolen by thieves recently from her residence in Golaghat. Tulika Saikia these days was busy writing a novel on one of the lead characters of the historical Moamoriya Rebellion, Ragha Moran. She had the draft of the novel saved in her laptop. But on Sunday night thieves stole her laptop and her husband Tanuj Tamuli’s mobile phone. Tulika Saikia won the Munin Borkotoky Award for her first book Charixal Guxhanir Tej in the year 2014. Later in the year 2015 she suffered from critical illness. Filly it was diagnosed that both her kidneys had been damaged. But Tulika Saikia, by dint of her strong will power, started to write again. Meanwhile, she has lodged a complaint at Golaghat Police Station and police investigation is on. Tulika Saikia’s husband Tanuj Tamuli is the brother-in-law of popular RTI activist and peasant leader Akhil Gogoi.

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