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Forces trying to create trouble in State: CM

By R Dutta Choudhury
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GUWAHATI, March 16 - Certain forces are desperately trying to create disturbance in Assam to stall the process of development but the State Government will not allow such evil designs to succeed and strong action would be taken against such forces, asserted Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Sonowal said, �It is a fact that a lot of forces are trying to create disturbance in the State. But with active support of the people of Assam, the government will be able to defeat the evil designs of such forces.� He said the Silapathar incident was one such example of the evil designs and asserted that all those involved in creating disturbance would be brought to book.

On the failure of the Assam Police to nab Subodh Biswas, whose provocative speech in Silapathar led to the tension in the area, Sonowal said that Biswas would not be spared. He said that the Assam Police is on the job to nab him. The State Government is also in touch with the governments of all the states of the country. �We will not spare him. He will not be able to hide in any part of the country,� he asserted.

Meanwhile, Sonowal asserted that the government�s fight against corruption would continue. He said that fighting corruption was one of the main goals of the BJP-led Government in the State and asserted that no one, found to be involved in corruption, would be spared. He said steps have been initiated to strengthen the anti-corruption wing of the Assam Police with additional manpower and equipment. He said that from time to time, police personnel are also being sent for training outside the State to improve their performance. He pointed out that the government has also decided to set up a world class modern police academy in the State so that the Assam Police force can be transformed into one of the best forces in the country.

He further revealed that the process of filling up the vacant posts in the force has already started.

Replying to a question on whether the Government would be able to implement the schemes announced earlier on the ground including the promise to plug all the breaches of the embankments before March 31. Sonowal said that serious efforts are being made by all the departments in this regard. He said that he held a meeting on Monday last to review the progress of implementation of the schemes by all the departments and �we want to assure the people that we are working to the best of our abilities to translate the promises into reality.�

On the agitation by the All Bodo students� Union (ABSU) demanding creation of a separate state of Bodoland, Sonowal said that the organization has withdrawn its indefinite hunger strike at the request of the Government. He assured that the State Government would try to organize a tripartite talks at the political level on the issue soon so that the issues can be discussed across the table.

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Forces trying to create trouble in State: CM

GUWAHATI, March 16 - Certain forces are desperately trying to create disturbance in Assam to stall the process of development but the State Government will not allow such evil designs to succeed and strong action would be taken against such forces, asserted Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Sonowal said, �It is a fact that a lot of forces are trying to create disturbance in the State. But with active support of the people of Assam, the government will be able to defeat the evil designs of such forces.� He said the Silapathar incident was one such example of the evil designs and asserted that all those involved in creating disturbance would be brought to book.

On the failure of the Assam Police to nab Subodh Biswas, whose provocative speech in Silapathar led to the tension in the area, Sonowal said that Biswas would not be spared. He said that the Assam Police is on the job to nab him. The State Government is also in touch with the governments of all the states of the country. �We will not spare him. He will not be able to hide in any part of the country,� he asserted.

Meanwhile, Sonowal asserted that the government�s fight against corruption would continue. He said that fighting corruption was one of the main goals of the BJP-led Government in the State and asserted that no one, found to be involved in corruption, would be spared. He said steps have been initiated to strengthen the anti-corruption wing of the Assam Police with additional manpower and equipment. He said that from time to time, police personnel are also being sent for training outside the State to improve their performance. He pointed out that the government has also decided to set up a world class modern police academy in the State so that the Assam Police force can be transformed into one of the best forces in the country.

He further revealed that the process of filling up the vacant posts in the force has already started.

Replying to a question on whether the Government would be able to implement the schemes announced earlier on the ground including the promise to plug all the breaches of the embankments before March 31. Sonowal said that serious efforts are being made by all the departments in this regard. He said that he held a meeting on Monday last to review the progress of implementation of the schemes by all the departments and �we want to assure the people that we are working to the best of our abilities to translate the promises into reality.�

On the agitation by the All Bodo students� Union (ABSU) demanding creation of a separate state of Bodoland, Sonowal said that the organization has withdrawn its indefinite hunger strike at the request of the Government. He assured that the State Government would try to organize a tripartite talks at the political level on the issue soon so that the issues can be discussed across the table.