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Maj withdraws FIR against Pul, terms him as visiory

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  27 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, May 26: In an interesting move, former rubber board chairman Likha Maj on Wednesday informed of withdrawing his FIR lodged against Chief Minister Kalikho Pul. Maj had lodged an FIR against Pul at Itagar police station on December 15 last year for allegedly leveling serious allegation against him in social media.

Maj informed that he had lodged the FIR based on the content of a recorded audio clip which was widely circulated on social media at that point of time and where he was alleged of earning crores of money in the me of PDS work after producing forged documents without doing any physical work.

“Out of anguish I had filed the complaint against Pul and the decision of lodging an FIR was entirely persol so the decision of withdrawing is persol as well because after thorough investigation it seems that the audio clip was not at all authentic,” Maj said.

Lauding the chief minister for the work he has been doing after taking the reign of the government, Maj said, “I have seen him (Pul) to be very un-biased and a dedicated CM who has been working dedicatedly to bring development in the state.”

“Pul is the leader under whose leadership the state will flourish and strengthen in all sectors. With his visiory ideas and innovative programmes the state will reach new heights soon,” he added.

Also appreciating Pul for providing instant support and solidarity to the victims of Tawang firing incident, Kalaktang road accident, Seppa fire accident and persolly helping many needy patients, Maj also announced to dote a sum of Rs 5 lakh for Seppa fire victims Rs 2.50 lakh for Kalaktang accident victims and Rs 2.50 lakh again for Tawang landslide victims from his side.

Taking the opportunity Maj further appealed the chief minister to give prior importance on promoting the progressive farmers of the state who deal with cardamom, kiwi and rubber plantations.

Meanwhile, East Kameng Socio & Cultural Welfare Organization (EKSCWO) Press Advisory Board Chairman Chopa Cheda on behalf of the organisation has expressed his gratitude to Maj for his support provided to the Seppa fire incident victims.

“I on behalf of EKSWCO and the people of East Kameng appreciated Maj for his generosity and for announcing an amount of Rs 5 lakh to the fire victims of Seppa. As of now he is the highest donor in this venture in individual capacity leaving aside the ex-gratia provided by the state government,” added Cheda.

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