Assam: CM visits deceased Vineet Bagaria’s home, says incident failure of Dibrugarh administration

DIBRUGARH: On Saturday, Himanta Biswa Sarma, chief minister, visited Vineet Bagaria’s residence and expressed condolences to the Bagaria family. 

CM Sarma apologised to Bagaria’s family. 

“It is a complete failure of Dibrugarh district administration. I will take stern action against whoever culprits,” Sarma said.

Sarma spoke with Vinnet Bagaria’s relatives and encouraged them to get involved in pursuing the criminals.

Two people were arrested Friday by Dibrugarh Police in connection to the suicide attempt of Vinet Bagaria, an animal rights activist. 

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They were charged with aiding suicide. The two suspects were identified as Baidullah and Nishant Khan. The team of Dibrugarh police officers from Lumding arrested the two men. 

Sanjay Sarma, Izaz Khan and two more are missing.

On Thursday, Vineet Bagaria’s hung himself to death at his residence at the Shani Mandir Road in Dibrugarh. 

He was taken to the hospital by his family, but doctors declared him dead.

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Vineet recorded a self-recorded video in which he accuses Baidullah Khan and Sanjay Sharma of torturing him, his family, and stealing a piece on rental property.

Vineet is the co-founder and chief executive officer of Animal Welfare People (AWP), an NGO that cares for stray dogs. 

He had saved many injured dogs from accidents with his team. 

Vineet fed many dogs during the Covid-19 pandemic. Vineet’s love of animals inspired him to become a member of the NGO.