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Hagrama demands probe

BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary demanded high level inquiry and punishment of involved culprits with AASU office vandalised yesterday at Shilapothar in Dhemaji district.

 Speaking the reporters at a Press Conference held at Bodoland Guest House in Kokrajhar today, Mohilary,who is also BPF supremo condemned the attacked on AASU office by some persons yesterday said that it was unfirtunate for the state.He expressing serious concern over incident said that there should a high level inquiry into incident and punished the involved culprits at any costs.The incolved cukprits should not be spared and culprits must be arrest,Mohilary said.

He also appealed all sections of communities to maintain peace and tranqulity in the state.He said that illegal migrants should be identified through proper law.

On the cabinet expansion,Mohilary said his party is hoping good response from the state government as allinace parties reigning with good communication.He also expresses happy with recent deployments of chairman and vice-chairman in corporation and boards across the state.BPF party got three posts of chairmen in the state.

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