Arunachal: Protest March in Bomdila, public demand withdrawal of  Arunachal Scouts

several organisation including AAPSU took out Protest March in Bomdila, and demanded  withdrawal of  Arunachal Scouts.



Bomdila / Itanagar

Commemoration of several organisation which include students, CBO and general public today hit the street of Bomdila against the act of Arunachal Scouts for vandalising the public property and assaulting the general public as well as police personnel on duty on November 2 and 3rd.

The protesters were holding play cards, banners, and shouting slogan ‘we want justice’, ‘ Arunachal Scout to go back’.

Te rally was addressed by senior BJP leader and former MP R K Khrimey, All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) Ast General Secretary Ajit Sidisow and others.


The protest march were organised against the apathy and attitude by the personnel as well as officers of the 2nd Arunachal Scout to the state police and act of misbehave done to the police personnel and lady police as well as vandalising the public property and creating rioting and sense of insecurity and fear among the local resident.

A memorandum have been sent addressed to Prime Minster for India signed by several community based organisation and employees organisation and village council of Bomdila and Dirang area for immediate withdrawal of 2nd Arunachal Scout from all places of West Kameng district, Immediate disciplinary proceeding and exemplary punishment as per rules to the Commanding Officer, officers and Jawans  of 2nd Arunachal Scouts stationed at Bomdila, Immediate restoration of damaged public property and private property by 2nd Arunachal Scout, Apology to district administration and police personnel by 2nd Arunachal Scouts, Free, fair and speedy investigation of cases registered against the officials and men of Arunachal Scouts


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