Skip to content Skip to navigation

Physical assault on magistrate in Kokrajhar

KOKRAJHAR: In a heart touching incident, Kokrajhar SP Rajen Singh physical assaulted  EAC Sailen Das at a gettogeter inside a hotel in Kokrajhar as video of CCTV footages state.

The incident has come into light after a video became viral on social media on Friday.

According to sources, there was a get together organised by district administration at Hotel Gaurang Valley on September 9 where the incident took place. 

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal ordered an official inquiry into the incident.

RTI activist Dural Bora also filed a compalint in this regard with CID Assam on Saturday.

 

Author info

AT Kokrajhar Bureau's picture

Assam Times Kokrajhar bureau office, BTAD.

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

Apollo doctor conducts GPC media clinic

19 Mar 2017 - 1:05pm | AT News

Senior cardiologist of Apollo Hospitals Chennai, Dr KN Srinivasan conducted the last ‘Evening with a Doctor’ program at Guwahati Press Club (GPC) on Saturday (18 March). Personally checked the blood pressure of over 30 participants in the health camp, Dr Srinivasan advised some of them for further courses of treatment.

SN Farid, proprietor of Apollo Hospitals Information Centre, Guwahati along with Daizy Begum (nurse), Bijaya Laxmi Deka, Sibananda Borah, Raju Dutta and Gautam Barman extended supports in conducting the camp, where Apollo Hospitals executive Roopjyoti Barua was also present.

The next Saturday OPD clinic at press club will be conducted by Medanta-The Medicity Hospital. Dr Prasun Ghosh (Urology) and Dr Nabajit Talukdar (Cardiology) from the Gurgaon based healthcare institution will be available for free urology & cardiology related consultations.

Till date a number of practicing doctors from Dispur Hospitals, Narayana Super-Specialty Hospitals, GNRC Group of Hospitals, Down Town Hospitals, Sankaradeva Nethralaya Guwahati, Swagat Super-Surgical Institute, Wintrobe Hospital, Borthakur Clinic, Nemcare Hospital, Rahman Hospitals, Sun Valley Hospital, Sight First eye-clinic, Government Ayurvedic College, Institute of Dental Science & Research Centre etc attended the camps.

Four-leged chick born in Sivasagar

11 Jun 2010 - 4:02am | Manash Protim Saikia

In Sivasagar Banmukh, Dihingia Gaon, Digholisuk, a lady named Lila Chutia kept 20 eggs to brood up by her hen about a month ago. On Thursday, June 3, 15 chicks were born. On Friday evening Lila's niece Shravana Chutia saw a chick having four legs when she went to feed them after her school. People from long distances are gathering there to see the strange chick. People believing there that it is a sign of misfortune. The chick is alive well and behaving normally till now. It use his front two legs to walk and the back two legs are useless.

It’s all Gogoi vs. Gogoi

22 Nov 2010 - 2:41pm | Daya Nath Singh


‘Proud must have a fall’, is the old proverb universally accepted. Being in power one can boast much and challenge anybody to prove his strength. Assam chief minister, Tarun Gogoi is no exception to it. He has recently challenged Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) leader, Akhil Gogoi, to prove his strength by contesting elections, which is now-a- days is generally won by money and muscle power. The Chief Minister is well aware that Akhil Gogoi has neither money nor muscle power to win the race. Whether he has support of grass root people or not, was witnessed recently, when he called the people for rallies protesting against administrative corruption and construction of big dams etc. At his every call people from every nook and corner joined the rallies without any support or allurement. This is significant to prove his popularity. On the other hand it is found that the ruling party misuses public machineries from time to time to show its strength. The people are allured to join rallies by giving tips and public transport.


A recent incident put the ruling party in an embarrassing position, when the representatives of the Congress-led village panchayats expressed their annoyance and resentment against the government. They were called to participate in the discussions on various schemes implemented by the government for the welfare of the people at the village level. It was intended to intensify the support of village panchayats for ensuing Assembly election early next year. The panchayat representatives felt insult, when they found the Panchayat Minister, Chandan Brahma absent in the meeting. Even discussions on the schemes did not take place for which the representatives were called for. However, in his speech the chief minister said that the government envisages to bring a legislation for reservation of thirty percent government jobs for rural people.


All other present ministers also delivered their speeches about the achievements of their departments. The Chief Minister addressed the gathering at the end, but no discussion took place for which the panchayat representatives were called for. When the Education Minister, Gautam Borah stood up to address the conclusion of the meeting the participants felt it as their insult and wanted to know why the panchayat minister did not participate in the meeting? They shouted slogans and the panchayat coordination committee office bearer, Noor Jamal Ahmed wanted to know why there was no discussion on the subject for which they were called for. But there was no response from the other side and all the ministers left the venue silently. The time will tell how the Congress party workers perform their job in future.