Sankha Majumdar
Sankha Majumdar

Sankha Majumdar, the Northeast area manager of Otis Elevator Company, who had gone missing from his office in Guwahati on Wednesday, returned on Thursday – traumatised and dazed.

Majumder told his colleagues he was abducted by three men who were driving a Tata Sumo.

“They brushed past him when Sankha was having tea in a roadside shop and when he protested, the driver gave him water,” said  a senior company official.

“Sankha says he lost consciousness and was dragged into the vehicle. Then he was driven to an unknown location,” the official added.

He quoted Majumder as saying when his blindfold was removed, he found himself in a dark room, where he was abused and asked if he was a Bangladeshi.

He quoted Majumder as saying when his blindfold was removed, he found himself in a dark room, where he was abused and asked if he was a Bangladeshi.

Sankha told them he was a Calcutta boy and that he has lived in Assam for years.

He was blamed for ‘torturing locals’ which he strongly denied and then all the cash on him, about 12,000 rupees, was snatched from him.

“Sankha says he was given an injection after which he lost consciousness. Early in the morning, when he regained consciousness, he found himself near Khanapara,” the official further said.

Sankha then reached the OTIS office on KK Handique Road near Ganesh Mandir HS School at Lichubari in Khanapara.

His colleagues have taken him to doctors for a medical check-up.

He will also go to the Dispur police station where his colleagues had registered a missing diary on Wednesday.

He was last seen in the office around 11.30 am on Wednesday.

Sankha Majumder’s family lives in Kolkata .

OTIS officials told Northeast Now in Kolkata, they have never received any demand note for payment from an underground organisation.

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