Guwahati: A local court in Arunachal Pradesh has convicted Kajum Bagra, son of Arunachal Pradesh Industries minister Tumke Bagra in a murder case.
According to the reports, the additional session judge, west session division Basar on June 4 sentenced Bagra to rigorous life imprisonment for shooting Kenjum Kamsi dead outside hotel West in Aalo, the headquarters of west Siang district on March 26, 2017.

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The entire incident was captured on the CCTV camera installed outside of the hotel.

 The court order stated that the benefits of section 360/428 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 and section 4 of the Probation of Offence Act 1958 shall not be available to him. 

Beside life imprisonment, the convict also has to pay a fine of Rs 5,000, which will be paid to the victim’s widow. 

The police had registered an FIR on March 26, 2017, on the information received by a person named Kenmi Kamsi. He said that his brother was shot dead by Bagra. A case was registered at Aalo police station under Section 302 IPC/r/w Section 25(I)9B)/27 of Arms Act.