Sunday, October 11, 2009

Narzary demands CBI inquiry over Bhimajuli killings

KOKRAJHAR, Oct 10: The Bodoland Peoples’ Progressive Front (BPPF) has decided to stage a sit-in demonstration at Dispur Raj Bhavan on October 12 to register their protest against the unabated killings in BTC including Bhimajuli massacre in Sanitpur district and political terrorism in the region.

Speaking to The Sentinel, the president of the BPPF Rabiram Narzary said the law and order situation in BTC area was deteriorating and the incident of killings are on the rise abnormally as there is no controller of law. He said the Government had completely failed to restore the law and order in BTC region where killings and political terrorism are becoming a common phenomenon. Besides, the corruption and misappropriation of rural development funds in the region is not checked by the Government, he said, adding that misutilization of fund meant for the rural development becomes a matter of serious concern in the council. He also said, only the holding of VCDC elections in a democratic way will minimize the deep rooted corruptions in BTC.
Narzary said, the Bhimajuli massacre in Sanitpur district was a complicated matter after the anti-talk faction of the NDFB denied its hand in the killings. If the NDFB anti-talk faction has denied its hand in the massacre, then who could do such cowardice act, he questioned and suspected the hands of third force to bring misunderstanding and hatred between the Bodos and the rest of the communities in the State to weaken the Bodo society. He demanded that there should be CBI inquiry over the Bhimajuli massacre to find out the real culprits.

On the bid on life of Boro Women Justice Forum (BWJF) president Anjali Daimary on Thursday at Barama by unidentified miscreants, the BPPF president said it was a serious matter and such attempt should be condemned by all. He expressed his doubt that there could be hands of Government sponsored secret killers in the attempt to kill Daimary.

Narzary said, the BPPF will stage sit-in demonstration at Raj Bhavan on October 12 from 10 am to 2 pm to protest against the killings, lawlessness, corruption and failure of the Government to ensure safety and security to the people especially in BTC region. THE SENTINEL

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