Crowd attack: Assam Congress fact-finding team to visit Batadrava in Nagaon.
GUWAHATI: A seven-member team of the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) on Saturday conducted a ground review of the situation and circumstances that led to the mob attack on Batadrava police station in Nagaon district following the alleged death of a villager in custody on Saturday. Will
Assam PCC President Bhupen Kumar Bora on Sunday formed a seven-member committee which will pay an immediate visit to Batadrava constituency to talk to the people and set fire to the police station, attack on police personnel and vandalize the mob. The reasons for this can be studied.
Rana Goswami , the working president of the Assam PCC, is the chairman of the committee, while Batadarwa MLA Sebamoni Bora and two other lawmakers, Noorul Huda and Abdul Batin Khandakar , are members.
In addition, Suresh Bora, President, Nagun District Congress Committee, Swapan Kumar Mandal, General Secretary, Assam PCC and Abdul Qadir, Ward Commissioner, Nagun Municipal Board are also members of the visiting team.
A statement issued by the APCC on Sunday said, “The committee will study in detail and talk to various people to find out the real cause of the incident and within two days the Assam PCC The report could be submitted to the President.
Bora, president of the Assam PCC, said the committee would review the situation in the area and the circumstances leading to the incident and submit a report within 48 hours.
“After receiving the report, we will inform the facts and findings of our committee. As it is, I am in constant touch with Batadarwa MLA Sibamoni Bora who is already at the scene,” he said. Said
“This incident has caused undesirable circumstances. While we are against those who take the law into their own hands, we do not support any action against the residents whose houses have been demolished in Salonabori village.” Bora said.
“It is shocking to know that many houses of the locals have been demolished by the bulldozers. Is acting recklessly, “said the APCC chief.
Meanwhile, police arrested seven people in connection with the arson attack on a local police station and detained several others, including members of a mob who attacked police officers on duty at the station.
Speaking to media persons after reviewing the situation at the spot on Sunday, Special DGP (Law and Order), Assam, GP Singh said that a Special Investigation Team (SIT) was investigating the incident. While independent investigations will be carried out. Alleged detention in death.