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September-October 2019

Volume 107, Number 5
Page 288

DOI: 10.1511/2019.107.5.288

Almost 30 years ago, early in the morning before the Sun was out, community activist Korounamoyee Sardar was brutally murdered by a gang of hired goons, locally known as mastan. Her body was cut into several pieces and scattered throughout the river, between the nearby man-made islands, called polders. If not for her fellow activists, we’d probably never have known what happened to her.

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