BJP to take action against members, Mukul blames police

Shillong July 25: The BJP distanced itself from the involvement of its members in the violent incidents in Tura.

The state BJP president Ernest Mawrie said that it has not authorised any Mahila morcha member to take part in the violent protest.


Mawrie also condemned attack on Chief Minister’s Office and added action will be taken and asserted the disciplinary committee has been asked to submit a report in this regard..

The party has already sought a report from the district office.

Mukul for independent probe 

According to media reports , the TMC leader Mukul Sangma has sought an independent probe to be monitored by the High Court into the violent incidents in Tura.

Commenting on the arrest of TMC leader Richard Marak, he also said that the police are acting as the instrument of political bosses after it failed to contain violence.

NPYF sees conspiracy 

The National People’s Youth Front (NPYF) has viewed the mob attack at the Chief Minister’s Office at Tura as a criminal conspiracy to derail the peaceful discussion between the Chief Minister Conrad Sangma and the representatives of the ACHIK, GHSMC and others on July 24.

Condemning the incident, the NPYF said, “The chaos, and the attack at the CMO Tura, tantamount to a criminal conspiracy by these anti-social elements.”

“We strongly denounce the attack, which could have harmed the person of the CM. The action of the perpetrators is a nefarious design of these hooligans, who had come to the venue with a preconceived plan to disturb the peace”, the NPYF said in a statement.

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