Veer Lachit Sena Leader Shrinkhal Chaliha Warns Businessman to Close Shop in Sivasagar, Video Goes Viral
Veer Lachit Sena Leader Shrinkhal Chaliha who has been in the midst of controversy now, went to a shop in his hometown and rebuked the owner.
GUWAHATI: Veer Lachit Sena leader Shrinkhal Chaliha has, on Saturday warned a businessman to close down his shop in Sivsagar in town allegedly, for not paying proper rent to the landowner.
Chaliha, who has been in the midst of controversy now, went to a shop in his hometown and rebuked the owner.
In a video, that has gone viral on the internet the firebrand leader is heard angrily saying to the businessman to shut his shop within 24 hours. " Why should you harass this helpless woman? You must close your shops within 24 hours. We would not tolerate any outsider who harasses or torture our indigenous people," he added.
Shrinkhal added that the shop is owned by a widow. The Veer Lachit Sena leader throwing expletives upon the businessman also said, " Have you heard the name of hengdang ( A double-edged large sword used by erstwhile Ahom kings and their soldiers on battlefields)? We will use hengdang if you don't obey us."
The landowner of the shop alleged that she could not get the appropriate rent amount from the businessman who is her tenant.
Meanwhile, a former Veer Lachit Sena leader leveled a serious financial allegation against Chaliha and Rantu Pani Phukan, another leader of the organization.
On the other hand, reacting to the viral video, Assam Top Cop, GP Singh has asked Sibsagar police to investigate the matter.