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Delay in probe may spawn another stir in Dima Hasao

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HAFLONG, March 9 - Expressing concern over the delay in completing the enquiry into the Maibang incident which occurred on January 25 last, in which two youths lost their lives in unprovoked police firing, organisations like Jadikhe Naisho Hosom (JNH), All Dimasa Students� Union (ADSU) and Dimasa Students� Union (DSU) have demanded completion of the enquiry within the next days, or else the people of Dima Hasao would be compelled to launch a strong agitation, they forewarned.

Kailen Daolagupu, president of JNH, Anus Kemprai of ADSU and Pramith Sengyung, general secretary of DSU while talking to the media said the Government of Assam had assured that the grievances and demand to punish the persons involved in unprovoked police firing at Maibang on January 25 would be addressed after completion of the high-level enquiry by VB Pyarelal, Additional Chief Secretary to the Govt of Assam, Finance, T&D, PHE and Cultural Affairs Department, within a period of one month.

Hearing in the case was held on February 6 last at Maibang, and today a month has elapsed, but the enquiry report was yet to be made public and thus no action against the guilty persons were taken, which has caused serious concern among the people of Dima Hasao. The people of Dima Hasao had been demanding suspension of both the then SP and DC of Dima Hasao for which two youths of Dima Haso lost their lives in police firing.

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Delay in probe may spawn another stir in Dima Hasao

HAFLONG, March 9 - Expressing concern over the delay in completing the enquiry into the Maibang incident which occurred on January 25 last, in which two youths lost their lives in unprovoked police firing, organisations like Jadikhe Naisho Hosom (JNH), All Dimasa Students� Union (ADSU) and Dimasa Students� Union (DSU) have demanded completion of the enquiry within the next days, or else the people of Dima Hasao would be compelled to launch a strong agitation, they forewarned.

Kailen Daolagupu, president of JNH, Anus Kemprai of ADSU and Pramith Sengyung, general secretary of DSU while talking to the media said the Government of Assam had assured that the grievances and demand to punish the persons involved in unprovoked police firing at Maibang on January 25 would be addressed after completion of the high-level enquiry by VB Pyarelal, Additional Chief Secretary to the Govt of Assam, Finance, T&D, PHE and Cultural Affairs Department, within a period of one month.

Hearing in the case was held on February 6 last at Maibang, and today a month has elapsed, but the enquiry report was yet to be made public and thus no action against the guilty persons were taken, which has caused serious concern among the people of Dima Hasao. The people of Dima Hasao had been demanding suspension of both the then SP and DC of Dima Hasao for which two youths of Dima Haso lost their lives in police firing.