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Legal action demanded against leaders of KMSS, ULFA, AAMSU

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GUWAHATI, Oct 24 - A complaint has been lodged at the Dispur Police Station by Ram Sena, an organisation, demanding legal action against the leaders of the organisations like KMSS, ULFA (pro-talk) and AAMSU for the vandalism resorted to by some Assam bandh supporters, who allegedly blocked roads and damaged vehicles in various places on Tuesday.

The complainant, in a statement, said that bandhs had been termed as unconstitutional by the Gauhati High Court and the Supreme Court and as such the convenors of the bandh should be arrested immediately for both contempt of court and destruction of public and private properties.

It said it would provide visual evidence of vandalism by the bandh supporters to the authorities concerned, including the court.

Senior journalist DN Chakravartty also condemned the vandalism indulged in by the bandh supporters. He said the government should initiate action, including extraction of the cost of the loss of private and public properties from the organisations which had called the bandh.

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Legal action demanded against leaders of KMSS, ULFA, AAMSU

GUWAHATI, Oct 24 - A complaint has been lodged at the Dispur Police Station by Ram Sena, an organisation, demanding legal action against the leaders of the organisations like KMSS, ULFA (pro-talk) and AAMSU for the vandalism resorted to by some Assam bandh supporters, who allegedly blocked roads and damaged vehicles in various places on Tuesday.

The complainant, in a statement, said that bandhs had been termed as unconstitutional by the Gauhati High Court and the Supreme Court and as such the convenors of the bandh should be arrested immediately for both contempt of court and destruction of public and private properties.

It said it would provide visual evidence of vandalism by the bandh supporters to the authorities concerned, including the court.

Senior journalist DN Chakravartty also condemned the vandalism indulged in by the bandh supporters. He said the government should initiate action, including extraction of the cost of the loss of private and public properties from the organisations which had called the bandh.

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