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SI death due to accidental shooting: GNLA

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TURA, Oct 26 � The Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) today joined the clamour for a probe into the death of Sub Inspector Promoth Sangma. The outfit also claimed that eyewitness accounts have stated that Sangma�s death was a case of mistaken firing and it was his own team that shot him.

In a release today, GNLA Deputy C-In-C Toding Marak said, �The death of Promoth Sangma who was killed in the encounter against militants in Songmagre village near Purakhasia as alleged by ASP of West Garo Hills Bruno A Sangma is shrouded in mystery and contradictory with the statement of the villagers who are witnesses to the incident. The villagers informed that there were no militants in the village.�

�It was a sheer mistake on the part of the operation team. They opened fire assuming members of an outfit to be holed up inside thus killing him,� said Marak.

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SI death due to accidental shooting: GNLA

TURA, Oct 26 � The Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) today joined the clamour for a probe into the death of Sub Inspector Promoth Sangma. The outfit also claimed that eyewitness accounts have stated that Sangma�s death was a case of mistaken firing and it was his own team that shot him.

In a release today, GNLA Deputy C-In-C Toding Marak said, �The death of Promoth Sangma who was killed in the encounter against militants in Songmagre village near Purakhasia as alleged by ASP of West Garo Hills Bruno A Sangma is shrouded in mystery and contradictory with the statement of the villagers who are witnesses to the incident. The villagers informed that there were no militants in the village.�

�It was a sheer mistake on the part of the operation team. They opened fire assuming members of an outfit to be holed up inside thus killing him,� said Marak.