UDALGURI: The Udlaguri police have arrested two stonemen on Wednesday who allegedly have been unleashing terror among the students at passerby in the BTAD town.
Identified as Karun Boro (18) and Akul Daimari(21) of Sonaigaon village and Nalbari village, they were arrested to be registered a a case No. 248/17 under relevant sections of IPC at Udalguri police
Station. A local court sent the duo to the jail.
Several persons and students sustained injury in their attacks during the last couple of days. A minor girl in Udalguri town and a student of HS in Mangaldoi were allegedly hit by them with stones two days back. Police further recovered a KTM bike from their possession.
Defying Supreme Court directives, Illegal coal tradings are going on in Nazira without any hindrance. Behind this illegal tradings are a section of police officials who have been aiding and abetting the dishonest traders to carry out the dirty deals in coal. The power circle has been remaining active in Lashmija, Bihubor, Gelakey along with a few other places in Nazira sub division. A number of coal depots has allegedly been running in the full knowledge of the district administration along the Assam-Nagaland border areas under the patronage of a circle of powerful politicians who have been helping police and traders. The Sivasagar district administration has banned transportation of coal beyond 10 tones by 6 wheelers and movement of 10 wheelers in the rural roads. But of no avail. No less than 300 over loaded coal trucks every day in Nazira. According to allegations, the uninterrupted movement of huge coal trucks have put the roads and bridges in dilapidated condition in the entire sub division. The local people are bound to bear the brunt. The various local organisations including the Gelakey regional unit of All Assam Muslim Youva Parishad,Tai Ahom Jatiya Gana Mancha, AJYCP etc.submitted a memorendum to the SDO ( C) of Nazira demanding measures to stop coal transportation on the Mackeypore-Lakshmijan road.These organisations further threatened to will block the road if immediate measures are not taken.
The Apollo Clinic, Guwahati in association with Guwahati Press Club has organised a general health check-up and awareness camp for scribes on June 4 (Saturday). The camp will start at 10 am in the press club premises. The blood group, blood sugar and some other relevant parameter will be tested of the member-journalists. All the member-journalists of Guwahati Press Club are requested to attend the same.