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Remembering the Brave Heart

We always remember the brave heart Barun Biswas, a school teacher was murdered by the gangsters for his crusade against those rapists who raped hundreds of women at Sutia in North 24-Pargana district, around 80 km from kolkata in Eastern India during 2002-2003. On July 5 2012, Barun was shot dead when he was entering Gobordanga railway station which is 8 km away from Sutia with full public view. No body dared to help him out of fear. His protest under the banner of Sutia Protibadi Mancha against the Sutia gang rape and rehabilitation for the rape victims earned him kudos from all quarters. 
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