Meghalaya: Unidentified miscreants attack Shillong residents
In a shocking incident in Meghalaya Capital Shillong, a group of unidentified miscreants assaulted people in the Lumdiengjri area at around 4-4:30 pm on Wednesday. The three injured were brought
In a shocking incident in Meghalaya Capital Shillong, a group of unidentified miscreants assaulted people in the Lumdiengjri area at around 4-4:30 pm on Wednesday.
The three injured were brought to civil hospital Shillong of which Chandan Paul 55 years a resident of lower Mawprem is claimed to have been stabbed by family members.
The other two Nurjul Mullah 30 years and Abdul S Chaudhary 38 both residents of Garikhana suffered injuries on the face and back.
According to the injured, a group of unidentified miscreants went on a rampage hitting people as they walked past Lumdiengjri.
From the three, two are shopkeepers and Nurjul was standing outside the SBI ATM opposite to Lumdiengjri police station when he was assaulted all of a sudden.
First Published: 21st January, 2022 10:38 IST
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