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Whatever happened earlier in Assam shouldn't be repeated: Himanta advises MLA Bhuyan

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Whatever happened earlier in Assam shouldnt be repeated: Himanta advises MLA Bhuyan
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Guwahati, Jan 17: Following the audio clip controversy that has questioned the credibility of a public representative, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma directed Bihpuria MLA Amiya Kumar Bhuyan to refrain from such incidents in the future.

In an audio clip that has gone viral, MLA Bhuyan in his conversation with two police officials allegedly threatened them and asked them not to harass a group of people from the Mising community who were intercepted by the police.

CM Sarma while addressing the media stated that he is aware of the issue and directed the MLA not to repeat this in the future. "I clearly told him that whatever happened earlier in Assam shouldn't be repeated again, if there is any issue or complaint regarding anything one can directly text me on WhatsApp. I will do the needful thereafter," Sarma said.

Earlier, in his conversation with the officer-in-charge at Bihpuria Police station Pushpakamal Baruah, Bhuyan warned him not to resort to 'Policegiri' while taking up a case regarding the seizure of a boat that belongs to the Mising community under the Bihpuria constituency.

Later in his conversation with SI of Majuli Police Station, Junmoni Rabha, he asked the officer not to harass the people of his constituency.

Rabha who refused to entertain his request questioned him for breaking the rules and regulations set by the government.

According to the audio clip, Rabha was heard as saying, "Being a public representative how could you ask us to break the rules? How will you answer to the Assam Government?"

The conversation took an ugly turn when Bhuyan in a threatening tone bragged about his identity asking whom she was talking to.

Meanwhile, Rabha asked him to raise the issue with the Superintendent of Police and hung up the phone.

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Whatever happened earlier in Assam shouldnt be repeated: Himanta advises MLA Bhuyan

Guwahati, Jan 17: Following the audio clip controversy that has questioned the credibility of a public representative, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma directed Bihpuria MLA Amiya Kumar Bhuyan to refrain from such incidents in the future.

In an audio clip that has gone viral, MLA Bhuyan in his conversation with two police officials allegedly threatened them and asked them not to harass a group of people from the Mising community who were intercepted by the police.

CM Sarma while addressing the media stated that he is aware of the issue and directed the MLA not to repeat this in the future. "I clearly told him that whatever happened earlier in Assam shouldn't be repeated again, if there is any issue or complaint regarding anything one can directly text me on WhatsApp. I will do the needful thereafter," Sarma said.

Earlier, in his conversation with the officer-in-charge at Bihpuria Police station Pushpakamal Baruah, Bhuyan warned him not to resort to 'Policegiri' while taking up a case regarding the seizure of a boat that belongs to the Mising community under the Bihpuria constituency.

Later in his conversation with SI of Majuli Police Station, Junmoni Rabha, he asked the officer not to harass the people of his constituency.

Rabha who refused to entertain his request questioned him for breaking the rules and regulations set by the government.

According to the audio clip, Rabha was heard as saying, "Being a public representative how could you ask us to break the rules? How will you answer to the Assam Government?"

The conversation took an ugly turn when Bhuyan in a threatening tone bragged about his identity asking whom she was talking to.

Meanwhile, Rabha asked him to raise the issue with the Superintendent of Police and hung up the phone.