Shillong, March 17: The ibility of the police to arrest a Meghalaya police sub-inspector accused for raping two sisters came up for discussion in the Meghalaya Assembly today.
Taking up the issue during the Question Hour today, NPP legislator James K Sangma said, “Am I made to believe that the government has given up its efforts to locate him.” In her reply Home Minister, Roshan Warjri said that messages are being sent regularly to the police of various states and efforts are being carried out to apprehend the culprit.
Sangma also wanted to know whether the government is taking up any new measures to apprehend Islam. Warjri in her reply stated that all steps have been taken to trace him.
Earlier, Warjri informed the house that a look-out notice was circulated to all the deputy commissioners, superintendents of police, registrars of Assam and Meghalaya; all district superintendents of police of India; Commandant CISF, LBG Intertiol Airport Borjhar, Guwahati; General Mager, North East Frontier Railway, Maligaon, Guwahati; and Regiol Passport Officer, Dispur, Assam.
The Home Minister also informed that a look-out notice has also been published in newspapers of Meghalaya and Assam.
“Several reminders by WT message were circulated to all superintendents of police of Meghalaya, Assam and India,” Warjri said.
Warjri also said that a special team led by an inspector was sent to Guwahati, Bongaigaon, Barpeta in Assam and Shillong to find out the whereabouts of the accused.
The Home Minister also informed that the bank accounts of the accused have been frozen and the immovable properties of the accused were attached by the Court of Additiol District Magistrate (J), West Garo Hills, Tura.