FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
DHUBRI, April 10: The Gauripur police today arrested three persons in connection with the incident of shouting anti-India slogans during a bandh called by an organisation headed by a former Minister in Dhubri district on Thursday.
The police on Thursday registered a case and arrested one person in this connection. Police sources said an organisation, med Dhubri District Unyan Parishad, called a 12-hour bandh in protest against the death of 14 labourers at Latumbai in Meghalaya. The members of the organisation also staged demonstrations in different parts of the district. Around 70 to 80 persons blocked the tiol Highway near Gauripur and they started shouting anti-India slogans.
Sources said that as soon as the police came to know about the incident, the crowd was dispersed and one Safiq Mian alias Raju was arrested.
A case (no 261/15) has been registered in Gauripur Police Station. The Three persons who have been arrested today are identified as Abdur Akhtar (24), Akhrul Haque (18) and Sultan Sheikh (30). The three arrested accused have been sent to one-day police custody.