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17-year-old Assam boy goes missing from Chittoor railway station in Andhra Pradesh
Manash Jyoti Baruah, a 17-year-old boy from upper Assam district of Jorhat, reportedly went missing a few days ago from Chittoor railway station in Andhra Pradesh, while he was on his way home on an Assam-bound train from Tamil Nadu along with his two friends.

Manash hails from Jhanji Hanhchara, under the Teok police station, Jorhat. His family informed the local Bamunphukhuri police outpost about the matter immediately after he went missing. The police are yet to act on the complaint.

On being informed, the district Superintendent of Police told a media person that they have nothing to do in the case. The SP advised informing the local police about the matter where the boy went missing. But the boy's family could not do so due them being poor. Manash's family said that he had lost his father 10 years ago. He is the only son of his family.

Manash's mother, an Anganvadi worker, told the media that her son had gone to Andhra Pradesh in search of a job a few months ago. He worked there for some months in a factory. But after a skirmish with the authorities of the factory he left the job few days ago and decided to go back home.

Incidentally, he travelled to Tamil Nadu by mistake from where he was rescued by his two friends. Later, along with these two friends, he boarded an Assam-bound train.

However, Manash went missing from the train at the Chittoor railway station under mysterious circumstances. His two friends, who were with him till the end, have stopped responding to the calls from Manash's family. One of his cousins said that she had contacted them before the incident.

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