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12-year-old boy killed in Sipajhar violence while on his way to collect Aadhaar card

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12-Year-Old boy Killed in Sipajhar violence on his way to collect his Aadhaar Card, according to reports.

A 12-year-old kid was among the several people slain in Assam’s Darrang district during a deadly anti-encroachment action. Shaikh Farid, a 12-year-old child, got caught in the crossfire while coming home after picking up his Aadhaar card from the local post office, according to sources.

Over 800 households evicted in Dholpur

boy killed in Sipajhar

SP Darrang Sushanta Biswa Sarma blamed the individuals who threw stones and attacked police officers for the conflict.

“Nine cops were hurt, and I’m looking into the footage that’s becoming viral on social media,” the SP stated.

Assam Minister Ranjit Kumar Dass stated that Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma will act “because the people have entrusted us with the responsibility of protecting Assam.”

On Monday, over 800 households were evicted in Dholpur as part of a push to clear encroachments. For an agricultural project, the state aims to reclaim 4,500 bighas of federal land.

Anti-encroachment drives must continue, BJP urged

Moreover, the ruling BJP has urged that anti-encroachment drives in the Gorukhuti-Dhalpur-Siva Mandir area must be continued, according to Bhabesh Kalita, president of the State BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) here on Friday.

“We strongly believe that a third-party was engaged in the Thursday’s event in Dhalpur in Darrang District,” Kalita told the journalists at the party’s Hengerabari headquarters.

“There is the involvement of a third party in this case”, comments MP Saikia

The State BJP president further stated, “Approximately 70,000 bighas of government land are under encroachment in that area. Several Rs 10 crore has been also allocated in the State Budget for the ‘Gorukuti Agri Project’ proposed to be set up at that site.

Besides, the State government has constituted a panel to go into the details. The panel members are legislators Padma Hazarika, Mrinal Saikia, Paramananda Rajbongshi, and Member of Parliament Dilip Saikia.”

Dilip Saikia, a BJP MP, told reporters during a press conference on Friday, “The people of that area had agreed to shift to the alternative location as determined by the administration. But, who instigated them? There is the involvement of a third party in this case.” MP Saikia emphasized, “We will complete the Gorukhuti Agri project in that area.”

Also Read: Assam: Darrang Bandh Supporters Burn Effigy Of Himanta Biswa Sarma

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