Seven orphanage inmates caught in Bongaigaon
Guwahati: At least seven teenagers,
residents of Snehalaya, an orphanage, who escaped from their
hostel have been held by the railway police in New Bongaigaon
Official sources said here today that the seven boys,
had fled from their hostel situated in Dhirenpara on
Tuesday night and taken a train from the Guwahati railway
They got down at the New Bongaigaon railway station
and were spotted by Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel
On interrogation the securitymen found they were
inmates of the Snehalaya hostel and were forced to escape
following alleged harassment by the orphanage authorities and
They were being escorted back to the city here.
Snehalaya is an orphanage which is supported by
the Don Bosco Institute here.
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