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Narayanan assures assistance in tracing missing persons

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KOLKATA: The West Bengal Governor, M.K. Narayanan, has reportedly assured the family members of the two persons -- an officer of the State's Intelligence Branch (IB) and a NGO worker and school teacher -- who went missing from near the Ayodhya Hills in the State's Purulia district on October 22, that he will see to it that all that is required will be done to trace them.

The family members of the IB officer Partha Biswas and the teacher Soumyajit Bose, called on Mr. Narayanan at Raj Bhavan here on Thursday and sought his help in ascertaining the whereabouts of the two persons and in bringing them back home.

The two men are suspected to have been abducted by Maoists even though regional leaders of the outfit have denied any involvement in the matter.

The police had recently raided a hide-out of the Maoists in the Ayodhya Hills region and found a travel document belonging to Mr. Biswas – thus confirming suspicions that left wing extremists were behind the kidnappings.

The families of the two persons had earlier met Chief Minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and senior officials of the State's police administration.

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