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PC Ram Case: UP begins Ram’s DNA probe

Delhi: Caught in the controversy, the Uttar Pradesh police on Sunday collected the blood sample of PC Ram’s brother for DNA matching even as the family members of the kidnapped FCI official in the North East pin hope on his hassle-free release.

According to information, Dr Ram’s family members are in touch with the FCI chairman who has assured them that he would arrange a meeting with Union Home Minister, Union Home Secretary and
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

On the other hand, the Union Home Ministry has asked for a detailed report of the kidnapping and reported killing of Dr Ram after his son Prabin’s latest claim that he had received a call from his father saying he was alive.

Our Guwahati Bureau: In yet another major development, the Assam Government on Sunday ordered a fresh probe into the case following the ULFA’s claim that Dr Ram is alive.

Official sources on Monday confirmed that a fresh probe has been ordered to ascertain the details of a case which is has become unique due to the various contradictions that have creeped in. The sources have also indicated that the Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi who is arriving in the capital in a day or two will personally monitor the investigation.

ULFA in the meantime has claimed that the FCI top brass is very much alive and is still in their custody and has demanded the release of their member Mrinal Hazarika from jail
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Diganta's picture

It is the old orthodox dirty tricks of anti-national elements to let down established govt.One P.C.Ram may die but release of one anti-national element will lead to boosting of moral of the entire outfit, and this will result in death of many other Rams in coming days. Govt. of Assam should give a serious thougt on this.
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What if the Govt let the 2 anti-nationals go away (with some kind of remote sensing miniature device embedded on their body!!) against the release of Ram? or India's mighty police force is not able to control anti-nationals anymore?

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