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Gogoi busy in making funny-money: AGP

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  30 Jun 2015 12:00 AM GMT

'At a time when newer facts on the APSC examition anomalies have been coming out almost everyday, the government at Dispur led by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has opened a shop in the process of recruitment of constables in the State police force. Sniffing his rout in the 2016 Assembly elections in the State, the Chief Minister is now bent on making funny money' — Dr. Kamala Kalita

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 29: The AGP has added fuel to the Assam Public Service Commission (APSC) fire when it has alleged that under Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi's leadership the ruling party at Dispur has been running a 'shop' in the process of recruitment of constables in the State police force.

Talking to newsmen in the city today, AGP general secretary Dr. Kamala Kalita said: "At a time when newer facts on the APSC examition anomalies have been coming out almost everyday, the government at Dispur led by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has opened a shop in the process of recruitment of constables in the State police force. Sniffing his rout in the 2016 Assembly elections in the State, the Chief Minister is now bent on making funny money. Now he is the king without crown of a disarrayed kingdom. When skyrocketing prices pinch the people of the State hard, he prefers to look the other way and keep silent."

Dr. Kalita said: "The Chief Minister and a section of Congress MLAs in the State are out to put hurdles in the NRC update work in the State. The missing of legacy data of two former chief ministers of the State seems to be a Congress manipulation that is bent on showing how idequate the NRC and other documents relating to one's indigenousness relating to the State are."

The AGP leader also condemned Prime Minister rendra Modi for the cancellation of the selection of Rupsikha Saikia as the CMD of OIL. "This is deceiving Assam by the BJP," he said.

Meanwhile, senior Assam Mahila Parishad (AMP) leader Rekharani Das Boro said: "She is going to strengthen the AMP. She disclosed the resolutions taken during the AMP workshop held in the city yesterday for strengthening the parishad. The AMP is trying hard to be a force to reckon with in the State. Women of Assam aren't safe under the leadership of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi. She appealed to the AGP leadership to ensure 33 per cent reservation for women in the next Assembly elections in the State. Under the rampant discrimition against Assam by the tiol parties, there's no altertive to regiolism in the State."

Das Boro further said: "Prime Minister rendra Modi has also shown his discrimition against Assam when he has cancelled the selection of Rupsikha Saikia as the CMD of OIL."

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