BADARPUR, June 29 � Peasant leader Akhil Gogoi has demanded the resignation of both Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and the State DGP Khagen Sarma, for the Government�s failure to nab the killers of Ghazi Tofail Ahmed, a people�s leader from Bhanga area under Badarpur PS and the setting up of a CBI inquiry into the case. Gogoi made these demands at a public meeting held here on Tuesday, organised by Badarpur Against Social Evils (BASE).
In his speech, Gogoi said that he will organise a mass movement in Guwahati demanding an immediate CBI inquiry into the killing as also in all other such incidents, which have occurred in Badarpur-Bhanga in the last few years, but where the victims have not yet been given proper justice by the Government and police administrations. He strongly criticised the government�s disinterestedness in setting up a CBI inquiry into the mysterious killing of Ghazi Tofail Ahmed. He also flayed Ministers Gautam Roy and Siddek Ahmed, MLAs and MPs of Barak Valley for their �selfish� activities.
Gogoi also demanded the speedy completion of the BG track and the mahasadak. He said, �I am astonished to see the very serious condition of the roads of the Barak valley, which prove that it is the only place in the whole of India, where the word �development� has no meaning, and for this the MLAs, MPs, and the ministers of the region are totally responsible.� He said that both Delhi and Dispur have neglected the Barak Valley people. Regarding the Tipaimukh-Barak dam, Akhil said that he will forcefully thwart the Barak dam, as it will be very harmful for the people both of Barak Valley and Bangladesh.