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Tension along Assam-Mizoram border: Cachar Guardian Minister allays fear among people of Lailapur

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Silchar, July 29: State Urban Development Minister Ashok Singhal, who is also the Guardian Minister for Cachar district assured people of Assam who are residing the tension driven areas along the Assam Mizoram border in Lailapur area that the Government is committed to protect the land and lives of people of the state.

Singhal along with Minister of Forest and Environment Parimal Suklabaidya, Special DGP GP Singh, IGP Anurag Agarwal, Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy MLAs Dipayan Chakraborty, Kaushik Rai, Cachar DC Keerthi Jalli and SP Ramandeep Kaur visited Lailapur police patrol post along the interstate border on Thursday.

"From deployment of forces to police patrolling and other steps, the Government will work out every possible measure to ensure security of life of the people and also stand its ground that no further encroachment would be allowed. People need not to fear; rather they must stay united and organised amidst such an unprecedented situation," Singhal maintained.

Further, on being asked about the alleged statement before the media that "they are lucky we didn't kill them all. If they come again, we shall kill them all," allegedly made by K Vanlalvena, Rajya Sabha MP from Mizoram, Singhal reacted saying " law will take its own course." The alleged statement by the Rajya Sabha MP has been viral on social media.

It may be mentioned that State Special DGP GP Singh, in a tweet on Wednesday said "@assampolice team including officers of CID are leaving for delhi to take lawful action relating to conspiracy behind the incident in light of media interview of Rajya Sabha MP Sri K Vanlalvena indicative of his active role in conspiracy."

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Tension along Assam-Mizoram  border: Cachar Guardian Minister  allays fear among people of Lailapur

Silchar, July 29: State Urban Development Minister Ashok Singhal, who is also the Guardian Minister for Cachar district assured people of Assam who are residing the tension driven areas along the Assam Mizoram border in Lailapur area that the Government is committed to protect the land and lives of people of the state.

Singhal along with Minister of Forest and Environment Parimal Suklabaidya, Special DGP GP Singh, IGP Anurag Agarwal, Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy MLAs Dipayan Chakraborty, Kaushik Rai, Cachar DC Keerthi Jalli and SP Ramandeep Kaur visited Lailapur police patrol post along the interstate border on Thursday.

"From deployment of forces to police patrolling and other steps, the Government will work out every possible measure to ensure security of life of the people and also stand its ground that no further encroachment would be allowed. People need not to fear; rather they must stay united and organised amidst such an unprecedented situation," Singhal maintained.

Further, on being asked about the alleged statement before the media that "they are lucky we didn't kill them all. If they come again, we shall kill them all," allegedly made by K Vanlalvena, Rajya Sabha MP from Mizoram, Singhal reacted saying " law will take its own course." The alleged statement by the Rajya Sabha MP has been viral on social media.

It may be mentioned that State Special DGP GP Singh, in a tweet on Wednesday said "@assampolice team including officers of CID are leaving for delhi to take lawful action relating to conspiracy behind the incident in light of media interview of Rajya Sabha MP Sri K Vanlalvena indicative of his active role in conspiracy."

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