Veer Lachit Sena Leader Shrinkhal Chaliha Warns Barak Valley Bengali Organizations, Demands Arrest Within 48 Hour
The leader also said that if the government does not take any action against the Bengali organizations' leaders, they will take their own step.
GUWAHATI: Veer Lachit Sena has warned the Barak Valley Bengali organizations which painted black on a Jal Jeevan Mission signboard for writing the message it carried in Assamese, on Sunday.
Shrinkhal Chaliha, the leader of the Veer Lachit Sena, categorically stated that they would not tolerate such anti-Assamese activities in Assam. He also demanded the arrest of the Bengali organizations' leaders who were involved in the smearing black on the Jal Jeevan Mission signboard within 48 hours.
The Veer Lachit Sena leader also said that they filed complaints against the leaders in Sivasagar.
Also sending a strong warning to the Assam BJP-led government, Chaliha said that if the government does not take any action against the Bengali organizations' leaders, they will take their own step.
"Thousands of members of our outfit would take to street if the government does not initiate any action against them. If it happens, the government must take all the responsibilities," he added.
Earlier, the firebrand leader of the Veer Lachit Sena, demanded the Assam government to carry out an eviction drive against encroachers in historic Mayang in Morigaon. The Veer Lachit Sena leader also warned that they will evict the encroachers from the government land in Mayang if the government does not take necessary actions.
Reminding the government that the Veer Lachit Sena activists carried out an eviction drive in DoomDooma Chaliha said, "We demand the government to launch an eviction drive in Mayang. If they do not want to evict the encroachers, we will do it. Then, the government will take all the responsibilities if any untoward situation arises".