SHILLONG: In an important development regarding the murder of a farmer in Ri-Bhoi, Meghalaya, the police have detained two suspects in Mer Pahammawlein.
Prince Abraham Sylliang, 35, of 20 Mer Pahammawlein, and Sushil Kurbah, 72, of Umdap Duki, have been named as the two suspects.
Elius Ryndong's body, which had suffered serious slashes, was discovered earlier on March 9 in his agricultural field in Kliar Umdap Duki, close to Pahammawlein hamlet in Ri-Bhoi, Meghalaya.
According to family members' sources, Ryndong left his house at 7 a.m. for his farm, but they didn't learn of the occurrence until around 5:30 p.m. that day. Also, it was disclosed that the two major defendants and the dead had a history of conflict and animosity.
Based on the testimony of the available witnesses, input from sources, and accessible evidence, the accused were detained in connection with a case filed with Nongpoh PS in Ri-Bhoi, Meghalaya.
Prestone Tynsong, the deputy chief minister in charge of the home ministry, informed the Meghalaya Assembly during the present budget session that the two suspects in connection with the Ri-Bhoi murder had been detained.
Nongpoh MLA Mayralborn Syiem called for immediate action against the murderers and described it as a barbaric and despicable act. In order to ensure that such incidents don't occur again, the police are looking into every detail of the case and patrolling Ri-Bhoi in Meghalaya.
In a horrifying occurrence, a young child was brutally murdered on Wednesday in the Cachar district of Assam for using a phone to play games. The incident, according to sources, occurred in the Jarailtola neighborhood of Borkhola. Panna Nath, a 13-year-old minor, was playing video games on his phone at a neighbor's house when the accused, Deepak Nath, asked him to stop.
The two began to argue, which caused the situation to worsen. The family of the deceased claimed that Deepak chased Panna and brutally assaulted him.
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