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Assam Man Beaten To Death For Objecting To Burst Firecrackers In Wedding


There’s no doubt that weddings days are said to be one of the best days in any couple’s lives. However, sometimes they also come up with such a disasters which no one has ever expected. Having said that, one such incident recently happened in Assam’s Nalbari district where a man was killed by six people at a wedding who asked not to burst firecrackers when he got hit by a splinter. Unfortunately, this is said to be the second incident which happened in state!      

During the investigation, Police said,

The man was identified as Jatin Das who was laborer by profession. He was 35 years old. To mark the groom’s arrival to their house, the firecrackers were burst by the bride’s family where a splinter from it had hit Das.

When Das objected to burst the firecrackers, he was allegedly attacked by the family members who batter him up in such a way which led to his death on the spot, added police officials.

Police instantly rushed to the wedding venue. Not only that, the bride and her parents were taken to the police station after the killing and the wedding ceremony was not allowed to be conducted.

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