Congress submits complain with speaker against Assam DGP for alleged ‘derogatory remark’

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MLAs are the most esteemed persons of our society; the question of disrespecting them doesn’t arise: DGP Mahanta
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Guwahati: A delegation of Congress MLA’s led by Deputy Congress Legislature Party Leader Rakibul Hussain, APCC Working Presidents MLA Kamalakhsya Dey Purksyastha, MLA Jakir Hussain Sikdar, and Chief Whip Wajed Ali Choudhury along with other MLA’s submitted a letter of complaint to the Speaker of Assam Assembly in Assembly House, Dispur against DGP Assam for his alleged derogatory comments against MLA’s.   

As per reports, on the day of the Gorukhuti violence, the chief of state police DGP Bhaskarjyoti Mahanta while interacting with the media allegedly said that “I am a policeman. I don’t know about MLAs.”

Meanwhile, on Sunday, DGP Bhaskarjyoti Mahanta informed that the state police department has persons involved in the Gorukhuti violence shall be behind the bars soon. “The police department had already prepared the lists of the accused involved in the violence,” said the Assam DGP.

Further, on being asked about his alleged derogatory remark against the MLAs, DGP Mahanta said, “MLAs are the most esteemed persons of our society; the question of disrespecting them doesn’t arise.”

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