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Arunachal: Congress played double role on PRC issue, alleged Kiren Rijiju

Kiren Rijiju alleged that the state Congress president  played  double role on PRC issue, One side he supporting PRC on those district and opposing here in Itanagar.


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Congress played double role on PRC issue, alleged Union minister Kiren Rijiju. He was addressing the State convention of BJP held at Jullang in  Itanagar on Tuesday.

Kiren alleged that ” state Congress committed fraud with innocent people of Arunachal Pradesh, one side Congress president Takam Sanjay told in those district, people should get PRC, and here in Itanagar , Sanjay opposing  PRC.

He said some one has forward a video to me. In this video Congress president Takam Sanjay is telling those people, that you should get PRC before election. But here in Guwahati he  opposing  the PRC issue.

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When media ask him about the recent violence on PRC issue, , Rijiju said that ‘”law and order in state are of state subject, however we  have asked for a detail report for the same.

The use of forces are being done by the state government and it is being used by the magistrate on duty.

Minister said that, the central government  do not interfere in the state’s affairs until report is given to central government. What was happened on ground would be clear , when the report of state government is received.

With reference to the manhandling and other problems faced by the media person while covering the violence on ground and excessive use of forces Rijiju said that it is not good and if excessive forces was used is also a matter of enquiry.

It is a sad moment and is very unfortunate that  precious life have been lost and is a matter of enquiry and everything would be clear,  I have requested the state government to send report after thorough enquiry. Rijiju added.

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