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Probe by HC judge demanded into Maibang violence

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GUWAHATI, Jan 30 - Expressing concern over the recent violence at Maibang in Dima Hasao district in which two persons were killed in police firing, a number of intellectuals in a signed statement have urged the State government to institute an inquiry into the matter by a High Court judge and book those responsible for the disturbing developments.

The statement said that even though the RSS has distanced itself from the reported statement of one of its leaders that Dima Hasao would be incorporated in the proposed Greater Nagalim, � something that had fuelled public passion leading to the volatile situation in the district � the matter urgently needs to be probed.

The intellectuals also questioned the �role of the RSS which calls itself apolitical and which does not have any constitutional authority, to intervene in the government�s policy making.�

The signatories included Hiren Gohain, Nirupama Borgohain, Harekrishna Deka, Jyotiprasad Saikia, Deben Tamuly, Manjit Mahanta, Manorama Sarma, Apurba Kumar Baruah and Santanu Barthakur.

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Probe by HC judge demanded into Maibang violence

GUWAHATI, Jan 30 - Expressing concern over the recent violence at Maibang in Dima Hasao district in which two persons were killed in police firing, a number of intellectuals in a signed statement have urged the State government to institute an inquiry into the matter by a High Court judge and book those responsible for the disturbing developments.

The statement said that even though the RSS has distanced itself from the reported statement of one of its leaders that Dima Hasao would be incorporated in the proposed Greater Nagalim, � something that had fuelled public passion leading to the volatile situation in the district � the matter urgently needs to be probed.

The intellectuals also questioned the �role of the RSS which calls itself apolitical and which does not have any constitutional authority, to intervene in the government�s policy making.�

The signatories included Hiren Gohain, Nirupama Borgohain, Harekrishna Deka, Jyotiprasad Saikia, Deben Tamuly, Manjit Mahanta, Manorama Sarma, Apurba Kumar Baruah and Santanu Barthakur.

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