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Illegal arms will be checked: IGP Singh

Law and Order IGP SN Singh has eyeing firm actions against uses of illegal arms in the state said that all district SPs have been instructed to take stern step and control illegal activities.

Singh has made his maiden visit on Saturday in Kokrajhar, just after a day of unwanted incident occurred that claimed a surrender NDFB in the district.Singh also hold meeting with high police official and army at Circuit House and took stock of the situation in the district.

‘Police administration was working to the welfare of the citizens and maintaining peace and tranquility in the state.Illegal arms issue is a serious concern for the state as sometime common public have to face hardships with unwanted incidents in the state due to uses of illegal arms. All district police heads have been instruct to take strong step against illegal arms and license arms used in the state.Uses of illegal arms would be check and illegal activities would be crack down in the state’, Singh said.

He has termed the yesterday’s incident in Kokrajhar,was unfortunate and minor incident that held within surrender NDFB camp.The situation in the region was under normal and district police administration has taken stern measures into it,Singh added.

‘Operations against militant outfits in the state has been intensified and and several hardcore cadre as well leaders were killed in the encounter with security forces.The strength of the NDFB(S) has now becoming weak as security forces have been conducting operations’,Singh said.

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