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Lafikul family unhappy with CBI for delay in probe

 One month has passed since the Centre announced CBI probe into the assassination of Lafikul Islam Ahmed in Kojrajhar. But the country’s premier investigation agency has yet to start the probe. This was more or less of what many prominent public leaders resented in Kokrajhar on Sunday.

 Attending a function organized to pay tribute to the student leader by All BTC Minority Students’Union at Salakati Idgha ground on Sunday several leaders and organizations have demanded probe at an earlier date.

  Lok Sabha MP Naba Kumar Sarania,former minister and Congress leader Siddique Ahmed, senior advocate and Waqb Board of Assam Nekibur Zaman,journalist Manjit Mahanta, Mominur Awal, chairman of Minority cell of Assam Pradesh BJP, leaders from ABSU,AKRSU,AASAA and various organizations participated.

  Mohidul Islam, younger brother of Lafikul said that nobody from CBI visited then even after nearly two months after Ge was shot dead.

 Former minister and senior Congress leader Siddique Ahmed, accused of state government of intentionally delaying the probe. He further  alleged that the government has failed to nab the culprit.

 

Naba Kumar Sarania, MP, Nekibur Zaman,senior advocate, Manjit Mahanta, journalist and Mominur Awal, minority leader demanded  early identification of involved in it.

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