5 months on, no headway in Bulo murder case
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, Jan 7: Five months after the probe into the alleged murder of Kali Bulo began, the special investigation team (SIT) constituted by the home department is yet to make any significant headway in the case. Bulo, an assistant teacher at the government higher secondary school at Mechuka in West Kameng district, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in his quarters on the morning of August 5 last year. His death drew public outcry across the state, following which the home department had constituted an SIT to probe the alleged murder.
The team is yet to make any significant breakthrough in the case, while the residents of Mechukha subdivision are demanding immediate identification and arrest of those involved in the alleged murder.
On Tuesday evening, around 300 people led by the West Siang district units of the Tagin Cultural Society and the All Tagin Student’s Union took out a candlelight march here to press the demand for the murderer(s) arrest, and seeking to know the outcome of the SIT probe.
Recalling Bulo as a good teacher and a great human being, they prayed for the eterl peace of his departed soul.