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AGP slams Govt over spurt in crimes

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Nov 7 � Former Chief Minister and AGP leader Prafulla Mahanta today lashed out at Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi for his loosening grip over the law and order situation in Assam. Mahanta alleged that unrest in Rabha Hasong, BTAD and North Assam areas are the glaring examples of the government�s failure.

Expressing concern over the internal security of the State, he said in a press conference today that while the incidents of crime have increased in the State during the past decade, various instances of jailbreak have made people wary about their security.

�More than 10,000 people have been killed in the State in the past eight years and 21,000 abduction cases have been registered in the last seven years. Crimes against women have also increased in Assam and on an average 136 women have been raped every month. The second term of Gogoi�s rule would be the darkest period in the history of Assam,� said Mahanta.

�The failure of the State�s Home Department and police administration is evident from the fact that criminals from America, Pakistan and Bangladesh did not hesitate to enter Assam. Recently the USA has also sent an alert about the presence of a California-based drugs and arms dealer in Assam,� he added.

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AGP slams Govt over spurt in crimes

GUWAHATI, Nov 7 � Former Chief Minister and AGP leader Prafulla Mahanta today lashed out at Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi for his loosening grip over the law and order situation in Assam. Mahanta alleged that unrest in Rabha Hasong, BTAD and North Assam areas are the glaring examples of the government�s failure.

Expressing concern over the internal security of the State, he said in a press conference today that while the incidents of crime have increased in the State during the past decade, various instances of jailbreak have made people wary about their security.

�More than 10,000 people have been killed in the State in the past eight years and 21,000 abduction cases have been registered in the last seven years. Crimes against women have also increased in Assam and on an average 136 women have been raped every month. The second term of Gogoi�s rule would be the darkest period in the history of Assam,� said Mahanta.

�The failure of the State�s Home Department and police administration is evident from the fact that criminals from America, Pakistan and Bangladesh did not hesitate to enter Assam. Recently the USA has also sent an alert about the presence of a California-based drugs and arms dealer in Assam,� he added.

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