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Concern over rise in anti-social activities in Rajabari

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 Oct 2015 12:00 AM GMT

FROM A CORRESPONDENT

BOKAKHAT, October 12: Rise in anti-social activities like theft, robbery and drug and substance abuse has become a matter of concern for both the police and the public of Rajabari in Bokakhat Subdivision. To discuss the matter, a public meeting presided over by Bokul Dutta, retired teacher, was organized by five units of Village Defense Party at Rajabari LP School on Sunday.

The meeting was attended by Hem Kumari Das, member District Council, Panchayat president Simanta Saikia, Sub-Inspector Premjit Gogoi of Bokakhat Police Station and many other senior and conscious citizens. The speakers in the meeting expressed their grievances against frequent failure of law and order in the area and demanded appropriate measures to be taken by the police administration. Sub-Inspector Premjit Gogoi said that without the co-operation of the public police alone cannot maintain peace and harmony in the society.

The meeting adopted few proposals like ban on sale of Dendrite, eviction of liquor shops, establishing a police out-post at Rajabari, holding law awarenessmeetings, immediate arrest of the three dacoits who attacked Bhogeswar Tamuly and prohibition on selling and buying land at Rajabari . A citizen committee with Simanta Saikia and Rajib Das as president and secretary respectively was formed to look after the issues discussed in the meeting.

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