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Chandighat gangrape: Student organisations stage protest

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SILCHAR, Aug 20 - Reacting against the gangrape of a minor at the Chandighat Tea Estate on the Independence Day, leftist organisations All India Democratic Youth Organisation (AIDYO), All India Democratic Students� Organisation (AIDSO) and All India Mahila Sanskirik Sanstha (AIMSS) lodged a protest here on Saturday demanding exemplary punishment to the culprits behind the incident.

Members of the three organisations together with school students gathered outside the office of the Deputy Commissioner and staged a demonstration. Expressing serious concerns, Dulali Ganguly, AIMSS leader, said, �The recent shameful incident of a minor being gangraped on the 70th Independence Day is a clear hint of the waning law and order situation in Cachar district. Moreover, some organisations are in a bid to twist the issue on a communal colour which is detrimental for the society.�

She added that the case should be disposed via �fast track court� and those behind the incident must be punished at the earliest. Further, the members of the organisations demanded that the culprits should not be granted bail until the case is resolved. The organisation also demanded adequate compensation for the victim.

It may be mentioned that the police arrested one person for his allegedly involvement in the case.

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Chandighat gangrape: Student organisations stage protest

SILCHAR, Aug 20 - Reacting against the gangrape of a minor at the Chandighat Tea Estate on the Independence Day, leftist organisations All India Democratic Youth Organisation (AIDYO), All India Democratic Students� Organisation (AIDSO) and All India Mahila Sanskirik Sanstha (AIMSS) lodged a protest here on Saturday demanding exemplary punishment to the culprits behind the incident.

Members of the three organisations together with school students gathered outside the office of the Deputy Commissioner and staged a demonstration. Expressing serious concerns, Dulali Ganguly, AIMSS leader, said, �The recent shameful incident of a minor being gangraped on the 70th Independence Day is a clear hint of the waning law and order situation in Cachar district. Moreover, some organisations are in a bid to twist the issue on a communal colour which is detrimental for the society.�

She added that the case should be disposed via �fast track court� and those behind the incident must be punished at the earliest. Further, the members of the organisations demanded that the culprits should not be granted bail until the case is resolved. The organisation also demanded adequate compensation for the victim.

It may be mentioned that the police arrested one person for his allegedly involvement in the case.

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