An unclaimed explosion has again proved the futility of the heavy presence of security forces. That too just near the Chandmari police station. The explosion took place on Monday evening with a huge sound. There was no report of any casualty. Police claimed to have found some local explosive in the bomb. No one has so far been arrested. Police havenot denied ULFA's hand in it to make presence felt. Investigation is on.
A juvenile accused of theft was beaten black and blue by irate public at the premises of SBITangla Branch on Tuesday afternoon. An employee of RGVN (NE) MicroFinance Ltd. Gokul Kr. Das went to SBITangla to deposit an amount of 2.89 lacs at about 3.15 pm. The juvenille by trick tried to snatch away the bag from the employee. The juvenile was manhandled and beaten up by irate public and handed over to police custody. The juvenile is a resident of Pagla station village of Bongaigaon. An FIR in this regard has also been filed at Tangla police station.
BPF is gearing up for Assembly elections early next year gathering more and more support in BTAD areas. Very recently more than 5000 supporters from PCDR, BPPF and Congress joined in the party in Kokrajhar alone.
Talking to Assam Times, BPF MLA from Kokrajhar west Pradip Kumar Brahma said more and more people are joining the party very soon. More than 200 PCDR-UPP activists joined BPF in the presence of MLA Brahma at a meeting held Kamalsing MV school ground on Sunday. The rally was chaired by Indra Kumar Narzary, BPF leader of Kachugaon block BPF.
Along with many parts of stateas to create awareness among the society and prevent antisocial elements in creating nuisance ,a joint meeting between police and citizens of greater Tangla area under Tangla PS was held at TanglaVDP office on Sunday. The programme which was presided over by present ADC and in-charge SDC Harisinga Revenue Circle Bhaskar Jyoti Manta was attended by a considerable number of conscious citizens.
The purpose of the meeting was conveyed by D.Kalita OC Tangla PS. Issues like mitigating prevailing superstition that include witch-hunting,fear of demons,attrocities on women and childrens,abuse of drugs etc; were discussed among the citizens and police officials. Speaking on the ocassion ADC Bhaskar Jyoti Manta said"To create a superstitious free,crime free and healthy society the people should co-operate with the administration." Speaking on the ocassion Pranjal Borah SDPO Bhergaon said" Keeping the society in a disciplined and crime-free manner is the primary responsibility of every citizen."
Borah further stressed upon the responsibility of the conscious citizens in minimizing the communication gap between civilians and police in greater interest of the society. Educationist Ashim Kr. Roy delivering a burning speech on the ocassion said " Though many peace keeping committees between civilian and police was formed previously they were mere eye-wash whose significance was almost nil. He exhorted the people to work effectively for the cause of the society."
Social worker Likhan Das,advocate Malai Kr. Lahiri, Mahindra Bharali,Jatin Deka along with many others delivered speeches on prevailing social issues and startegies to mitigate them. A 16 member working Tangla Police Station citizens committee headed by President Bhaskar jyoti Manta,Vice-president Ashim Kr. Roy and member Secretary Tangla PS OC and joint secretary Likhan Das was formed. The committee has decided to arrange get-together meetings every month and arrange awareness programmes in schools and colleges specially targeting young generation.