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Concern over security of CRPC president

SILCHAR, Aug 2: Citizens Rights Preservation Committee (CRPC) Cachar district committee has expressed its deep anguish and apprehension at the decision of the State Government to withdraw the personal security staff of its president Nripen Chandra Saha. In a memorandum addressed to P Chidambaram, Union Home Minister, Anup Kumar Choudhury, secretary of Cachar committee, today said that with the withdrawal of the security, life and property of Saha is at stake. He reminded that late Kalipada Sen, president of the state committee and senior advocate of Gauhati High Court, was shot dead as soon as his personal security was withdrawn by the then AGP Government.
Choudhury further added to say that on March 13, 2010, as many as 18 minority organizations of Assam submitted memorandum to the Union Home Minister in New Delhi, demanding redeployment of personal security to Saha in view of the threat perception by directing the Government of Assam to take necessary steps in this regard immediately. But, to their utter surprise, nothing has yet been done. It is feared Saha might meet the fate of Sen.
The memorandum urges upon the Home Minister to exert his good offices on humanitarian ground by directing the Chief Secretary and the Director General of Police of Assam to provide immediate personal security to M Saha for his safety and security. It cautioned if anything untoward happened endangering his life, the Government of Assam and the Union Government would be solely responsible for that. (SENTINELASSAM)

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