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Meghalaya: 2 arrested in connection with Ichamati murder case

First Published: 2nd April, 2024 15:55 IST

The bodies of L Esan Sing and L Sujit Dutta were recovered from the roadside at Ichamati and Dalda respectively on March 27

Two persons have been arrested in connection with the twin murders at Ichamati village in East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya last week.

The arrested persons have been identified as–Shanborlang Shati (26) and Mesadapbor Skhembil (26).

As per inputs, the duo were arrested from the Sohra area of East Khasi Hills yesterday night.

The arrested duo were produced before the court today and after hearing the case, they were sent to seven days of police custody, said Superintendent of Police (SP) East Khasi Hills, Rituraj Ravi.

The bodies of L Esan Sing and L Sujit Dutta were recovered from the roadside at Ichamati and Dalda respectively on March 27.

Earlier, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said that police are on the lookout for the main accused in the suspected twin murders. He has also assured that all the guilty will be brought to book.

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