Assam: Mystery Surrounds Disappearance of 3 Teenage Girls in Bharali Chapari Village

Guwahati, 11th June: Bharali Chapari village in Jamugurihat finds itself shrouded in concern and uncertainty following the mysterious disappearance of three teenage girls. Asma Khatun (14), Maina Khatun (14), and Sorufa Khatun (15) have been missing since June 5, sending shockwaves through the community.

According to reports, the girls left their homes on June 5 and have not been seen since, triggering a frantic search effort by both villagers and authorities. An FIR has been lodged at the Jamuguri police station, reflecting the gravity of the situation and the growing apprehension among families and locals.

The discovery of clothing belonging to one of the missing girls near a pond has only deepened fears within the community. Concerned residents speculate about the possibility of human trafficking, pointing to a sinister network involved in exploiting young girls for illicit purposes.

Amidst mounting anxiety, villagers are urging the police to launch a comprehensive investigation to unravel the mystery behind the disappearances and ensure the safe return of the girls. The incident has cast a pall over Bharali Chapari village, with worried parents and community members anxiously awaiting any updates on the girls’ whereabouts.

As the investigation unfolds, the entire area remains on edge, yearning for closure and hoping for the safe return of the missing teenagers.

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