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ACJJM, ATTSA stage demos in Dibrugarh

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, March 12 � The Assam Chah Jonogusthe Jatiya Mahasabha (ACJJM) and the Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association (ATTSA) today staged demonstrations in front of the office of the Superintendent of Police here and later in front of the office of the Deputy Commissioner in protest against the brutal lathicharge on Teres Gowala, a leader of the Assam Chah Jonogusthe Jatiya Mahasabha by a CRPF jawan while he visited the house of Urmilla Murah, the deceased who allegedly died after taking iron folic acid supplement in school in Greenwood Dhipatoli village under Mohanbari PS yesterday.

The leaders of the two organisations said that Teres Gowala was a social worker and leader of the tea garden working communities and the CRPF jawan should not have misbehaved with the leader when he visited the aggrieved family members in Greenwood Dhipatoli village. Condemning the attack on their leader, both the organisations demanded that the guilty CRPF jawan be arrested and accorded punishment. They also placed a demand of Rs 5 lakhs as compensation to the family of the deceased. They submitted a memorandum each to the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police.

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ACJJM, ATTSA stage demos in Dibrugarh

DIBRUGARH, March 12 � The Assam Chah Jonogusthe Jatiya Mahasabha (ACJJM) and the Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association (ATTSA) today staged demonstrations in front of the office of the Superintendent of Police here and later in front of the office of the Deputy Commissioner in protest against the brutal lathicharge on Teres Gowala, a leader of the Assam Chah Jonogusthe Jatiya Mahasabha by a CRPF jawan while he visited the house of Urmilla Murah, the deceased who allegedly died after taking iron folic acid supplement in school in Greenwood Dhipatoli village under Mohanbari PS yesterday.

The leaders of the two organisations said that Teres Gowala was a social worker and leader of the tea garden working communities and the CRPF jawan should not have misbehaved with the leader when he visited the aggrieved family members in Greenwood Dhipatoli village. Condemning the attack on their leader, both the organisations demanded that the guilty CRPF jawan be arrested and accorded punishment. They also placed a demand of Rs 5 lakhs as compensation to the family of the deceased. They submitted a memorandum each to the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police.