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Padma Hazarika shifted to GNRC

The injured Asom Gana parishad MLA Padma Hazarika has been shifted to the Guwahati Neurological Research Centre on Saturday morning. According to information, doctors here say the legislator from Sootea needs more treatment and suspect more bullets might be there inside his body.

The regional party has condemned the attack on Mr Hazarika and has demanded immediate arrest of the miscreants involved in it.

In a memorandum to the Union Home Minister, the party demanded that the Assam Government should be dismissed immediately after its failure to maintain law and order. He said that the Government has lost all credibility to remain in power because of lack of administrative control.

The party also demanded a judicial probe into find out those involved in the attack on Padma Hazarika and said that the Government of India should take adequate steps to ensure that a congenial atmosphere is created in the state during the panchayat polls.

Mr Hazarika was seriously injured when a few miscreants sprayed several rounds of bullets from a close ranged at his home town on Thursday midnight. Immediately after the incident, he was rushed to the base hospital in Tezpur.

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WHAT IS DOING BY OUR SOCALLED POPULAR GOVERNMENT? THE LIFE OF ONE M L A IS INSECURE ,SO HOW CAN WE BELIEVE IT IS SECURE FOR COMMON PEOPLE ? THOSE WHO ARE STAYED OUT SIDE OF ASSAM AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBER IN ASSAM WHAT ARRANG MENT THEY HAVE TO DO FOR HIS DEPENDENDENTS

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