Tuesday, November 06, 2018

IAS Association condemns Army personnel's assault of a police station and attack on deputy commissioner in Arunachal Pradesh

THE IAS Association today (Tuesday) condemned the assault of a police station and the attack on a deputy commissioner and superintendent police in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh by about a hundred Army personnel. In a Twitterer post, the Association said: “This is unimaginable and strongly condemned. Assault on Police Station, attack on DC and SP by uniformed personnel is unacceptable. Strongly condemned and hope that the…
guilty are punished without delay”. According to an article posted by news site East Mojo, which was attached by the IAS Association in its Twitter post, there were about 100 personnel of Arunachal Scouts, a regiment of the Indian Army, who on Saturday ransacked a police station and a public works department (PWD) office near Bomdila in West Kameng district of Northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. The report further said that the two of the Army men were detained in the police station for misbehaving with public at the Buddha Mahotsav grounds on Friday night. The Army personnel were reportedly found in an inebriated state.
All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU), according to the same report, condemned the attack demanding the intervention of the state government and the Centre to set up an inquiry panel.

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