ITANAGAR:An irate mob in Arunachal Pradesh lynched two people from Assam on Monday a week after they allegedly gangraped and killed a five year old girl.
The sensational incident took place in Tezu in the morning where people in large number, basically from Namgo Mismi village, stormed into the Centre Point police station and dragged out of it the rape accused duo and beaten up before setting them on fire pouring petrol in full view of the police.
According to allegation, the police caught the duo on Sunday who were believed to have admitted to the double crime. They gangraped the minor and murdered her before dumping the body inside a tea bush on February 12 to be recovered two days later.
Acting on some leads, the police arrested the migrant labourer duo on Sunday and interrogation was going on after police Got the duo on custody for four days.
Suddenly, the irate mob thronged the police station premises, dragged out the duo from the custody to be lynched while the policemen had to remain hapless.
The entire incident is the rerun of the Dimapur episode where a Naga mob dragged out a rape accused from Assam from the central jail to be lynched on the street.
Police have registered a case and investigation is in progress.
The three day-long centenary celebration of Chatgari Government Middle Vernacular School came to an end on Monday.
The programme which was started with the hoisting of the flag by,Manmohan Das president of the centenary celebration committee at 9 am. Following which 100 flags were hoisted by social personalities,buisinessman some of them are Santius Kujur MP Rajya Sabha,Jayanta Chakravorty and Professor Dept. of English Tangla College.Tribute to the departed souls was paid by Santius Kujur. Cycle stand,drinking water plant,plantation of trees.A procession was taken out followed by naam kirtan.
At 1.45 pm Science exhibition was held by students of two private English schools .A cultural permanent stage was inagurated by D.N Hazarika SDC Kalaigaon revenue circle. On the second day diyas were lighted on the ocassion of Silpi Divas.Followed by a drawing competition among childrens. Bonjar Daimiri EM BTC inagurated the library. It was followed by a seminar on the topic "Development of Human Resource in present Education system" where Thaneswar Malakar ,Director Sarva Sikha Mission,Idrish Ali Former Vice-President Assam Sahitya Sabha spoke up. On the third day an open session was held which was inagurated by Sadhana Hojai DC Udalguri.Khampa Borgayari EM BTC was the chief guest of the ocassion. Other distinguished guest include Arupa Patangia Kalita, Sahitya AkademiAward winner,Ramen Deka MP Lok Sabha,Kamali Basumatari MLA Panery LAC and many others. The third day-long programme came to an end with the cultural night were popular singer Dipen Baryah and Vreegu Kashyap enthralled the audience.
he Electronic Media Forum Assam has organized the first EMFA Television Media Awards 2010 on May 28 (Saturday). The function will start at 6 pm in the Gauhati Town Club auditorium. Snehasis Sur, senior television journalist and former Kolkata Press Club secretary will grace the function as a special guest.
A host of distinguished personalities, editors, senior journalists, media employees will attend the program.
Over ten awards including best reporting, best news-program on environment and development issues, best camera person, best video editing, best graphics etc will be offered to the deserving television journalist-crew members. Each award consists of a memento and cash prize of Rs 10,000/-. The function will be concluded with a cultural show where journalist-media employees would perform various programmes.
After the boycott call from the rebel groups of North-East India, the Assam government has increased keeps strong vigil on the law and order situation of the State. The Sivasagar district administration also tightened the security with mobile patrolling and rigorous checking of the vehicles. The police administration has set up strong mobile vigilance group to monitor and tackle any untoward incident during these days.