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Death for three in Lahsuna Massacre

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    Patna, Jan 4 (UNI) A Fast Track court today sentenced to death three members of an outlawed organisation in connection with the Lahsuna massacre in which four people were killed around four years ago.

    Judge Om Prakash pronounced the judgement against the three - Surjeet Singh, alias Lathi Singh, Arvind Singh and Manoj Singh - after they were found guilty of killing four people at Lahsuna village under Masaurhi police station in Patna district.

    The convicts were found guilty under various sections of the Indian Penal Code relating to murder, possession of illegal firearms and also dealing with activities of an outlawed organisation.

    According to the charges, a group of villagers owing allegiance to an outlawed organisation attacked Lahsuna village on May 18, 2004 and gunned down four people.

    Those killed were identified as Uday Paswan, Naga Paswan, Vijay Paswan and Sarwan Paswan.

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