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ADSU, DSU, DMA submit memo to DC

Urging to nab the culprits, of anti- social acts, by miscreants and immediate steps to provide Securities to the General public the All Dimasa Students’ Union, Dimasa Students’ Union and Dimasa Mothers’ Association submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao District, Haflong, Assam on October 14. The memorandum stated that, at around 1:00 AM. of 14th Oct 2011 a Dimasa village Choto Longren was attacked by some miscreants. After firing 5 to 6 rounds, the miscreants burnt down house including club building. On 13th Oct 2011 in the evening some miscreants killed James Dimasa former Home Secretary of DHD (J) on his way to his residence at village.

The above two incidences had created very unfavorable situation in the Dima Hasao District. There is also likelihood of breach of Peace by such miscreants; in the District in near future. Under the above circumstances thet fervently requested to nab the culprits, involved in the above incidences and punish accordingly and also to provide securities in these sensitive village like, 1. Choto Longren 2. Berelangdisa 3. Topodisa, 4. Surat Nagar, 5. Sengya Sambudhan Raji i. Johaya Raji, 7. Sainza Raji, 8. Dirnalik Raji, 9. Sibaraipur Raji, 10. Prapso Raji, 11. Tularan Raji etc. in addition to fool proof securities all over the district.

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