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Neutral forces feel the heat

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has blamed it all on the neutral central force deployed along the Assam-Nagaland border for the escalating tension.

Talking to reporters on Thursday, he said that he will write to the Centre alleging it with a complaint on the alleged inaction by a CRPF Commandant, who is said to be a Zemi Naga.

Gogoi said that these central forces have been failing to ensure peace in the violence-hit areas.

“That’s why, the violence took place and people died," Gogoi told reporters in Guwahati.

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BJP protests Gogoi remarks on NRC

26 Jun 2015 - 5:20pm | Hantigiri Narzary

The BJP protests and burnt effigy of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi,who had remarked owing to implement the NRC updation involving voter lists of 2014 when all organisation and parties are stepping to work out under guidelines of Supreme Court through the

Hundreds of BJP activists shouted slogans along with rally from district of the party and burnt effigy of Gogoi at main road along the JD Road,near Apex bank in Kokrajhar today,was organised by Kokrajhar district committee of BJP .

The BJP party has strongly the eying of Gogoi that the voter list of 2014 be involved in the updation of NRC.The slammed the Chief Minister Gogoi said that Gogoi is taking his political vested interest that is why he is stepping to include the voter list of 2014 so that all citizens of the state could be included in the NRC updating.

Sibnath Brahma,president of Kokrajhar  district committee of BJP told that remarks from Gogoi was not acceptable and he was spoking about party gain interest through NRC updation.He has demanded the NRC updation should be done through based year of 1971 and identify the illegal migrants from the state.

6 killed in tragic accident

1 Aug 2012 - 9:31pm | editor


Six persons were killed when a truck collided its head on an ambulance in Morigaon district on Wednesday.


The accident took place when the health department-owned ambulance carrying a 6 persons from Thelamara in Sonitpur district to Guwahati Medical College Hospital collided head-on with a loaded truck near Nelli in the wee hours.


All six inside the ambulance died on the spot. The patient has been identified as Jayshree Basumatary while four of her relatives accompanying her were Pranab Basumatary, Dhaneswar Basumatary, Mahindra Basumatary. The driver of the ambulance has been identified as Imran Ali. The truck driver and handyman fled from the spot.


No Don Bosco statue in Guwahati

17 Aug 2015 - 7:47am | AT News

There won’t be any Don Bosco statue in Guwahati to honour the saint educator on his 200th birth anniversary. The Don Bosco Society has cleared its position after the miscreants thrown a statue at the river Bharalu recently in protest against the move to install it in the area. 

Don Bosco Society president V.M. Thomas said in his official statement that they had no intention to hurt the sentiments of the people. He further rued that a section of the people has been trying to extract political mileage out of the incident which is painful.  

Miscreants threw a statue into the river hours before chief minister Tarun Gogoi was supposed to unveil the statue at Bharalumukh on August 7 which brewed a simmering controversy.