Youth goes missing after clash at Rocky Island picnic spot at Samsing in Dooars

Twenty four-year-old Tutu Ray, a resident of Paresh pally under Kotwali police station limits in Jalpaiguri district is missing fro m las t Sunday from the Rocky Island picnic spot in Darjeeling district.

Tutu Ray's family have lodged a complaint with Jaldhaka police station as well as with Kotwali police station under where Tutu Ray resided.

As learnt, Ray went to Rocky Island along with his 18 fellow companions of his village fora picnic there last Sunday.

They had booked two cars for the trip there. At the picnic spot, they had a quarrel with two other picnic parties over some issue.

The verbal spat soon turned physical, evolving into a clash.

Witnessing the row the two hired car drivers left the spot without informing them.

Ray and his picnic group was charged Rs 10,000 for creating a ruckus and injuring others.
One of the rival picnic party had taken the money.

After the altercation, all the members of Tutu's group returned, except Ray.

Jayanta Das, one of ray's companion, alleged that police is not taking steps to find Ray out.

"We have appealed to chief minister Mamata Banerjee who is in North Bengal now to interfere in the mutter. We want Tutu back. Someone nay have kidnapped him from the picnic spot," said Jayanta Das.

"We searched thoroughly for the boy in the area. We are trying our best to find him out," said Pankaz Sarkar officer-in-charge of Jaldhaka police station.

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