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Assam CM Directs Police to Refrain from Unnecessary Remarks in Junmoni Rabha Death Case


Assam CM Directs Police n Junmoni Rabha Death Case

In an effort to ensure an impartial investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the death case of Sub-Inspector Junmoni Rabha in Morikolong, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced on Tuesday that he has instructed the state police department to refrain from making unnecessary remarks.


CM Sarma further revealed that until the CBI takes over the case, the investigation will be conducted by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Assam. Speaking at a press conference in Guwahati, he stated, "The case has already been handed over to the CBI. The findings and outcomes will be dealt with by the CBI. If anyone is found guilty during the investigation, they will be sent to jail. As the Assam government has transferred the case to the CBI, we will maintain neutrality. I have also directed the Assam police not to make any unnecessary statements regarding Junmoni Rabha's death case since the investigation is now under the CBI's purview."


Furthermore, CM Sarma assured the complete eradication of the fake gold smuggling racket in the state. He emphasized that those involved in the buying and selling of counterfeit gold would be treated as criminals. He added, "Individuals with good intentions would never consider purchasing fake gold. It is usually people with black money who engage in such transactions. We will put an end to this fraudulent practice in Assam."


Earlier in the day, several organizations from the Rabha community held a protest in Kalaigaon, Udalguri district, demanding a thorough investigation into the "mysterious" death of Sub-Inspector Junmoni Rabha. Various groups, including the Nikhil Rabha Students' Union, Nikhil Rabha Sahitya Sabha, and Nikhil Rabha Mahila Parishad, raised placards and slogans demanding justice for the slain cop and expressing their dissatisfaction with the Nagaon police.


The protestors also called for the arrest of former Nagaon Superintendent of Police (SP), Leena Doley, who has been at the center of the controversy. They alleged that clues indicating foul play in Junmoni Rabha's death have emerged, accusing Leena Doley of intentionally murdering her. The protestors criticized the government for attempting to cover up the issue by transferring Leena Doley to another district and demanded strict action against her, including suspension or dismissal.


One protestor stated, "The people of Assam were slowly gaining trust in the Assam police, but this incident has opened our eyes. We have lost all faith in the Assam police."


A representative of the United People's Party Liberal (UPPL) present at the protest site acknowledged that Junmoni Rabha's death was a premeditated murder. While expressing satisfaction with the case being handed over to the CBI, the individual voiced concerns over the slow progress of the investigation, emphasizing the need to avoid any delays.


The people of Assam are closely watching the developments in the Junmoni Rabha case, hoping for a fair and timely investigation that will uncover the truth behind her tragic demise.

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