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2 killed, several injured in violent clashes between police and protesters in Assam; Government ordered inquiry

Assam News: Two protesters were killed in a violent clash between locals and police in Dholpur Gorukhuti area of ​​Assam’s Darrang district on Thursday. At the same time, 9 policemen were injured in the incident.

Assam News: Two protesters were killed in a violent clash between locals and police in Dholpur Gorukhuti area of ​​Assam’s Darrang district on Thursday. At the same time, 9 policemen were injured in the incident. The clash between the protesters and the police took place when the team had gone to remove illegal encroachers from the land belonging to the state agriculture project. The video of the incident is going viral on social media. Policemen are also seen firing bullets at the protesters in the viral video.Also Read – Rajya Sabha by-Polls: BJP announces Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, L Murugan as candidates from these states

Darang Superintendent of Police, SP Sushant Biswa Sarma said that the local people opposed the eviction drive and started pelting stones. He said that 9 of our policemen have also been injured. He told that now the situation is normal. Also Read – The invigilator told the girl who came to take the NEET exam wearing shorts – will not allow the exam; The examination was given by covering the feet with a curtain

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Assam Minister Ranjit Kumar Das said that CM Himanta Biswa Sarma will take action in the Darrang violence case, because the public has given us the responsibility of protecting Assam.

On the other hand, a statement issued by the Assam government said, “The government has decided to investigate the circumstances of the death of two civilians and injuries to several others in Dhalpur area of ​​Darang district today.” The inquiry will be headed by a retired judge of the Gauhati High Court.

(Input: ANI)

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