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Pakistani flags again spotted in North Lakhimpur

There is report of a simmering tension in North Lakhimpur district as two Pakistani flags were seen flying in two interior areas on Wednesday. Confirming this, police officials told reporters that the name of Pakistan was clearly written in English in both the flags

Both the Pakistani flags were spotted in Malagaon near Dikorng chapori in Lakhimpur district and the local residents said they have not seen any body hoisting the flags.

On receipt if the complaint, a police team led by the district superintendent of police Mrinal Deka rushed to the spot and seized the two flags. Investigation is in progress.

The incident is said to an attempt to incite communal clash in the areas inhibited by both Hindus and Muslims.
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Juel Narzari's picture

Why such incidents are going on and on in Assam? Last year 2008 on the month of Oct. there was also an information that Pakistani flag was hoisted in one of the Northern districts of Assam (Darrang/Udalguri), on the process there was communal riot where hundreds of innocent people lost their lives and scores became homeless.what does Govt doing? Is honorable chief minister sleeping? The case should be probed immediately and stringent action should be taken against the culprit.Measures should be taken to prevent such shameful incidents.Its India not Pakistan to hoist Pakistani flag. Lets do it together to avoid this kind of ridiculous incident.
Dorika's picture

These incidents are going on in Assam because the natives are addicted to rice beer and other alcoholic drinks.
Ajay's picture

THE CONGRESS PSEUDO-SECULAR GOVT. IS GIVING THESE ILLEGAL BANGLADESHIS TICKETS TO CONTEST POLLS JAI HO!!!!

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