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Call for speedy justice in Panjuri lynching case

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, June 15 - The All Assamese Students� Association of New Delhi (AASA, ND) organised a prayer meeting on the evening of June 11 to mourn the untimely demise of Nilotpal Das and Abhijit Nath, who were lynched by a mob in Karbi Anglong district.

It was attended by some renowned personalities and students from different colleges in the NCR.

Prof. Sanjiv Baishya from Zakir Hussain Delhi College addressed the gathering, followed by a speech by the spokesperson of Northeastern Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS), Hem Brahma. He called upon all to ensure that no one is subject to such dehumanising behaviour in future.

Mrigen Jyoti Kashyap, general secretary of AASA ND urged all present to exercise restraint and avoid rumour mongers so that the secular fabric of the State is not ruptured.

The organisation�s vice president Subhrajyoti Duwarah urged the Assam Government to expedite the judicial process so that justice is delivered sans delay.

Ranjan Bikash Borah, president of AASA ND demanded punishment for the perpetrators while pleading for maintaining communal harmony, an e-mail stated.

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Call for speedy justice in Panjuri lynching case

GUWAHATI, June 15 - The All Assamese Students� Association of New Delhi (AASA, ND) organised a prayer meeting on the evening of June 11 to mourn the untimely demise of Nilotpal Das and Abhijit Nath, who were lynched by a mob in Karbi Anglong district.

It was attended by some renowned personalities and students from different colleges in the NCR.

Prof. Sanjiv Baishya from Zakir Hussain Delhi College addressed the gathering, followed by a speech by the spokesperson of Northeastern Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS), Hem Brahma. He called upon all to ensure that no one is subject to such dehumanising behaviour in future.

Mrigen Jyoti Kashyap, general secretary of AASA ND urged all present to exercise restraint and avoid rumour mongers so that the secular fabric of the State is not ruptured.

The organisation�s vice president Subhrajyoti Duwarah urged the Assam Government to expedite the judicial process so that justice is delivered sans delay.

Ranjan Bikash Borah, president of AASA ND demanded punishment for the perpetrators while pleading for maintaining communal harmony, an e-mail stated.

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