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Elderly Inmate of foreigners detention succumbs to cardiovascular problem

Devdiscourse News Desk | Goalpara | Updated: 07-04-2019 23:41 IST | Created: 07-04-2019 21:14 IST
Elderly Inmate of foreigners detention succumbs to cardiovascular problem
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A 70-year old man an inmate of the foreigners detention camp in Goalpara district jail, died at a civil hospital here, officials said Sunday. The man identified as Amrit Das was suffering from cardiovascular problem since May 2008 and admitted to hospital recently, jailor of Goalpara district jail said.

Das hails from ward number 10 in Barpeta Road area of Barpeta district where his body was taken for last rites. Das was in the foreigners detention camp since May 20, 2017, after he was declared a foreigner by the foreigners' tribunal, he added.



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