After not hearing what had happened to her husband for another month, she arrived in Guwahati with her son and local activists on March 13 to demonstrate at the city’s designated protest venue. rice field.
Urbasi Moran, 24, last spoke to her husband, Pranjal, on January 12. In tinsukia district at Assam his body was found at the depth of 40 feet .
Urbashi ran through countless police stations in search of her husband. It took us more than 400 kilometers from Hokanj village to Guwahati. So she held a demonstration with her three-year-old son in her arms, demanding answers about what had happened at Pranjal.Her pursuit led to a meeting with GP Singh of DG Assam on March 1, when she received assurances that the issue would be resolved soon.
On Friday night, Pranjal’s decomposing corpse finally arrives at the house. she said that she couldn’t belive that her husband was no more. The mine where the 26-year-old man’s body was found is part of the Northeast Coal Field operated by Coal India. According to Tinsukia police chief Gaurav Abhijit Dilip, he appears to have died in an accident while working and those who worked with him hid his body to avoid drawing attention to illegal mining activities. It is said that So far, 18 people have been arrested in the case.
Urbashi said Pranjal started working in a mine in November after working in a metal factory. According to her, he was away from home for 10 to 15 days in a row to work and then came back with a salary of around 16,000 rupees, depending on the job.
“At the start of work he came home 4 times.. The last time he left was on January 6th and forgot his phone. He called me and said he would come back in two days, but he didn’t come back and no one answered the number,” she said. She said on February 2, Pranjal’s employer sent someone to see her and told her her husband was missing. The next day she went to the local police station to report the incident. After numerous visits, FIR was registered with the Margarita Police Department on February 6 in the section on manslaughter, criminal conspiracy and theft. At FIR, she named three people she knew who had hired and kept in touch with Pranjal.