By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, April 10: The Muslim Yuva Parishad, Asom (MYPA) has blamed the State Government for failing to arrest the main culprit behind the Jugdal murder case so far and even find out the motive of the crime.
On December 12, 2009, six members of a poor family of Harkanta Doloi at Jugdol in Sonapur on the outskirts of the city were hacked to death by miscreants. Four persons were arrested in this connection – Mridul Bordoloi, Sapan Boro, Rupeshwar Garo and Arjun Bordoloi. While Mridul Bordoloi was let off after a jail term of three months, the other three were let off after 22 days in jail.
It was later alleged that the murder plan was executed as per the instruction of State Social Welfare and Jail Minister Akon Bora. There were also two accomplices with Bora in the murder case - Bijoy Saikia and Pranab Deka.
Addressing the reporter here today, MYPA president Raju Ahmed said that it was not at all happy with the CID enquiry into the case and urged the government to hand over the case to the CBI. It has also threatened that if the Jugdal murder case is not handed over to the CBI within one month, it would resort to State bandh, road blockade and other agitation programmes.
The MYPA has also urged the State Government to take action against SEBA chairman Santikam Hazarika for the question paper goof-ups and the incident of herd of cows devouring rolls of answer scripts at a Goalpara school.