Assam CID may reach Delhi to probe alleged role of Mizoram MP

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A CID team is likely to leave for New Delhi to probe the alleged role of Mizoram Rajya Sabha MP K Vanlalvena in the July 26 skirmishes . This follows an interview that he has given to a TV channel in which he has warned the Assam police that “if they come again we will kill them all”. The team will probe whether he played an active role in the conspiracy, and take lawful action if the charges are found true.

Earlier in the day, the 12-hour bandh called to protest the deaths of seven Assam cops in the violent clashes along the Assam-Mizoram border affected normal life in

. Several Assam-based organisations have blocked National Highway 306 — a lifeline connecting Mizoram. There were protests by different organisations in different places of Assam.

Assam police have filed a case against the Monday incident and prepared a picture gallery.

Hailakandi SP Ramandeep Kaur has been posted as the new Cachar police chief as incumbent Vaibhav Chandrakant Nimbalkar had sustained serious injuries in the clashes. Nimbalkar was airlifted to Mumbai for better treatment.

Assam Police also announced a reward of ₹5 lakh for information leading to the arrest of the individuals involved in the killings of the police personnel on Monday.

Assam’s special DGP GP Singh tw- eeted: “Dholai PS Case No 236/21 under sections 120(B), 447, 336, 379, 333, 307, 302 IPC read with Section 25 (1-A) of Arms Act and Section 3 of Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act 1984 has been registered on July 27th 2021 about killing of Assam Police personnel on July 26th.”

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