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Saturday, June 12, 2010

Is Rangamati Awami League taking hard line against PCJSS?

Is Rangamati Awami League going to take hard line against PCJSS on the question of alleged abduction and serious torture of their leaders on 8th instant?

A report claims that MoCHTA State Minister Mr. Dipankar Talukdar M.P. did not sit with Mr. Santu Larma yesterday at a marriage ceremony at Forest Hill, a community centre at Rangamati. Mr. Santu Larma and Mr. Nikhil Chakma (Chairman, Rangamati Hill District Council) were talking at a place at the community centre and Mr. Talukdar's sitting arrangement was set there. But, Mr. Talukdar did not sit with them and occupied a chair at a distant corner. To seeing this Mr.Larma did not stay any longer there and left the community centre without food.

"Demonstration by Awami League, Youth League and Student League at Rangamati", a Prothom Alo news report in today's issue.

A source claims that the Police has lodged a case against 40 PCJSS and PCP activists. A senior leader of Rangamati District Awami League claims that the issue has been taken up with the PCJSS Vice President and stern warning was given for attempting on the lives of the leaders of Awami League family.

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