Assam: A young man who ‘insulted’ the Assamese language surrendered.
Tinsukia: A young man who allegedly made “objectionable” remarks against the Assamese language surrendered to Tinsukia police on Sunday.
Arbind Singh, while talking on the phone with a delivery boy, not only stopped him from using Assamese language but also threatened that in the coming days, people from his community would dominate the political space from ward commissioner to MP. shall be. Massive outrage after audio clip goes viral.
According to sources, the accused surrendered in front of a police team near a petrol pump on Makum Road in Tinsukia, about three days after the FIR was registered against him. A source said that the accused was taken to the police station where he grabbed his ear and apologized.
“We will not tolerate such derogatory and sectarian remarks against the Assamese language, which is an insult to the entire Assamese community and could endanger the peaceful atmosphere between different communities,” said the senior Assamese Yuba Manch. “We demand severe punishment so that in future no one would dare to insult the pride of Assam,” said a BJP leader.
Earlier, the AASU announced a protest on Monday against the police’s failure to arrest the culprit. However, in a statement, the student body postponed its protest after the arrest of Arbind Singh.
Police have registered a case (293/22) under section 295A, 506 of IPC and sent him to jail.