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CBI likely to crackdown 2011 Nilima Debbarma murder case by July 2015

KHOWAI, April 30 (TIWN): Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team on a move to crackdown a sensational murder case which took place during 2011 at Khowai. NCT candidate for ADC council election Nilima Debbarma was found gang raped and murdered, was later hanged on a tree at Khowai Aidonkhur ADC village under Champahaor Police Station on Feb 18,2011.However, later three TSR 6th battalion rifle men Anantahori Jamatia, Narayn Ghosh and Deepak Tripura were accused of killing Nilima and was sent to jail. Chief Minister Manik Sarkar later under the pressure of the Opposition party handed over the case with the CBI.CBI has been investigating the Nilima murder case since 5 years. Three investigating officers of CBI has brought the three accused persons under their custody and interrogated them for at least three days, and later submitted a chargesheet to the Khowai Additional District and Session Court Judge Babul Majumder. On Wednesday (29 April) it has been learnt that after the prime accused of the Nilima murder case, Deepak Tripura, who was also an accused person of the case deposed before the court alongwith the three IO of the case. Though all the 3 accused out on bail but CBI sources informed that the case would be cracked down very soon before July.

But, the three accused TSR rifle man later discharged by a bail. After the passage of 5 years the court on Wednesday hearing the case recorded the statement of witness to the case Animesh Debbarma, along with the then Khowai PS OC Pranesh Chakma has also deposed before the Court.

Nilima Debbarma murder case occurred during the year 2011 has rocked the entire Khowai sub division, because council election was just ahead. Beside Nilima was NCT candidate for the election.

However after the incident took place CM Manik Sarkar on February 27 went to the house of the deceased Nilima and later the opposition party had demanded for the CBI probe to the case. The demand was also raised at the monsoon assembly session during 2011. 

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