From a Correspondent
GAON (HAIBORGAON), June 7: With a query regarding the presence of a former AGP leader at a party executive body meeting held at its district office, gaon district AGP office floor on Tuesday turned into a battle field in which two groups of different lobbies allegedly indulged in face-to-face attack on each other, as a result of which one of the district secretaries sustained head injury.
Meanwhile, the police rushed to the spot and was able to bring the situation under control. According to the sources, AGP district unit commenced an executive meeting on Tuesday at its district office. Amidst the meeting, one of the district secretaries, Kulen Bora raised a question and said that those who were not invited should leave, while pointing a finger at Lacit Bordoloi who resigned from AGP just a couple of months ahead of the last State assembly polls.
But soon after that appeal of Kulen Bora, the district president of AGP, Hiren Bora cleared his stand and said that Lacit Bordoloi was still the member of AGP and in support of his stand, Bora even displayed a letter sent by the AGP central body in which it was clearly mentioned that Lacit Bordoloi was still a member of AGP. A group of AGP leaders then asked if that was so then why did he keep the matter secret and did not intimate that to the district unit till date. Amid such roars, a group of AGP workers, led by the son of Hiren Bora, allegedly attacked and hit secretary Kulen Bora, as a result of which Bora sustained head injury, the sources added.
The sources further added that soon after the incident, the local police rushed to spot and brought the situation under control. The police later on picked up the district president of the party, Hiren Bora. Interestingly, both groups lodged FIRs against each other in gaon Sadar police station and alleged as they attacked by each other. On the other hand, after the incident, the district executive body commenced a meeting in which the body passed a proposal to expel president Hiren Bora from the party with immediate effect and sent that proposal to AGP central committee for approval. In the same meeting the body alleged that president Hiren Bora siphoned off party fund of Rs 50,000 during last assembly poll. The fund was sanctioned for expenditure by the district unit during polls.