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Commission visits BTAD riot points

The one man enquiry commission headed by Mutum BK Singh, retired judge of Gauhati High Court to enquire 2012 BTAD riot today visited riot starter hot spots in Kokrajhar district and interacted with local publics both from Bodo and Muslim communities in their visits.

The commission made their maiden visit to Tulsibil under Gossaigaon sub-division and later stepped to the Parowguri where two elderly women killed,Magurmari and Joypur village where four Bodo youths lynched and later it spreaded in large scale in the region. During the visit commission officials including govt advocates met eye witness and held shared about information how the incident did started which had created resented among both of community. Singh said that the commission has been investigating into incident that claimed over 100 lives in the region and after getting proper investigation the final report of the commission will be published by April next.

The commission noted all relevant inputs about situation that rosé in the BTAD area.The commission official yesterday visited at Chirang district and collected information from incident related areas. The commission was formed In December of 2012 by state govt to enquire the BTAD riot and steps about findings of the commission will be published public by April next,said Anjan Sarma, secretary of the commission.

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