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Ganeshguri traders seek security

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 2 - Reacting to the arrest of anti-talk NDFB leader Ranjan Daimary, the traders of Ganeshguri on Sunday said that the duty of the government does not end with arrest of the October 30 serial blast accused. They demanded of the government to take steps to ensure that the common people can move about and do business without fear.

It must be mentioned here that the traders of Ganeshguri are not happy with the government�s handling of the situation in the aftermath of the blast. �Certain areas have become out of bound which has affected business in Ganeshguri,� said Sanjeev Saikia, president of Ganeshguri Byabashayi Santha.

Saikia said that the traders of Ganeshguri have been incurring heavy losses since the blast but the government was not concerned about this problem of the traders. A few small traders have already closed down business and shifted to other places because of loss.

�It is good that a prime suspect of the October 30 blast has been arrested. But the government�s responsibility is not just to arrest, but to ensure security to the people,� said Saikia adding that arrest was not the solution to the problem as it is not going to put an end to subversive activities.

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Ganeshguri traders seek security

GUWAHATI, May 2 - Reacting to the arrest of anti-talk NDFB leader Ranjan Daimary, the traders of Ganeshguri on Sunday said that the duty of the government does not end with arrest of the October 30 serial blast accused. They demanded of the government to take steps to ensure that the common people can move about and do business without fear.

It must be mentioned here that the traders of Ganeshguri are not happy with the government�s handling of the situation in the aftermath of the blast. �Certain areas have become out of bound which has affected business in Ganeshguri,� said Sanjeev Saikia, president of Ganeshguri Byabashayi Santha.

Saikia said that the traders of Ganeshguri have been incurring heavy losses since the blast but the government was not concerned about this problem of the traders. A few small traders have already closed down business and shifted to other places because of loss.

�It is good that a prime suspect of the October 30 blast has been arrested. But the government�s responsibility is not just to arrest, but to ensure security to the people,� said Saikia adding that arrest was not the solution to the problem as it is not going to put an end to subversive activities.