On the 20th of April a Sunday around 10:30 PM, Salkumarhat in Block Number 1, Alipurduars turned into a battlefield. According to sources, a critically ill patient had been referred to Ayush Hospital in Topsikhata. Soon after widespread speculations and rumours allegedly circulated in the social media about his death being due to Coronavirus across Alipurduars district.
On November of 2014, a father was in a rush to go to the temple and told his 11-year-old daughter to hurry. For the father-daughter duo this was an everyday routine, two of them would go to the temple together and head back home. That day, the father had to run errands and the daughter was slightly delayed, so he went ahead. He waited for his daughter to show up at the temple but she didn’t. Around 11 AM when he finally came home, his daughter wasn’t around. When his daughter didn’t come back for the longest time, he started to panic and went around asking. It was almost like his daughter had vanished. A search ensued.
Recounting the horror they had to face, Subham said, “In no time they started hitting us with fists and blows, and one of them hit me with an iron rod at the back, and since we were less in number we stood in a helpless situation and badly injured, wherein I fell unconscious. I sustained injuries on my upper lip, fingers and there are internal injuries as well.”
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