Two people died in this incident, while 20 people including a 12-year-old child were injured.
Darang violence Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday claimed that the Popular Front of India (PFI) was involved in the violence during the removal of encroachments in Darang district. He also demanded the central government to ban this organization. Two people died in this incident, while 20 people including a 12-year-old child were injured.Also Read – 2 killed, several injured in violent clash between police and protesters in Assam; Government ordered inquiry
“The government has sent a document to the Center for a complete ban on PFI and we are doing whatever needs to be done against this organization,” Sarma said on the sidelines of a meeting here. There is intelligence that six people, including a college lecturer, had collected Rs 28 lakh from poor landless families in the last three months by saying that they would persuade the government to stop the encroachment drive. Also Read – Rajya Sabha by-Polls: BJP announces Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, L Murugan as candidates from these states
He claimed that PFI affiliates had visited the spot on the pretext of providing food to the evacuees. The Chief Minister also blamed the media and claimed that he supported one side in the clash. 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