The National Investigation Agency is believed to have got more startling revelations on the Adivasi massacre during the interrogation of three dreaded NDFB-S rebels who were held in Nagaland on Thursday. Sources told Assam Times that the rebels confessed that it was Ajoy Basumatary who insturcted to carry out the gory massacre in Sonitpur district. Ajoy along with Dilip Basumatary, and Khamrei Basumatary were held in Nagaland on Thursday.
Dilip is no less responsible. He was Dilip, who co-ordinated the operation in the forest areas along the India-Bhutan border. Similarly, NIA claimed to have learnt that Khamrei is one of the main suspects in the recent killing of 20 people in Assam's Kokrajhar district.
Loksabha MP Ninong Ering carried out a whirlwind tour to lower Ramle Bango areas on Monday which have been ravaged by the recent flood.
At New Deka village, Ering attended a public meeting announced Rs 10 lakh for construction of Community Hall and Rs 6 lakh for two culverts. He also visited Nari, Telam and Name villages. At Name village he felt the place is being threatened by Depi river and gave sanction of fifteen lakhs for flood protection measures and immediate relief to the effected people.
In message at all places, MP Ering said that for a better future and to maintain the sanctity of nature it depends on us as to how we maintain the ecological balance and keep the earth safe for generations to come.