Justice for Tamik Taki: Candlelight rally organised in Itanagar
The body of Late Tamik Taki was found under mysterious circumstances at Siang River near Jido Village in Upper Siang District.
In order to demand justice for the death of Arunachal Government official Tamik Taki who was found dead under mysterious circumstances at Siang River, a candlelight solidarity rally was organised in Itanagar.
The peaceful candlelight rally organised by All Adi-Kebang of Papum pare unit with other civil societies of Itanagar was mainly to call for justice in the death of late Tami Taki, the former Inspector of Tax & Excise, Itanagar.
It may be recalled here that the body of Late Tamik Taki was found under mysterious circumstances at Siang River near Jido Village in Upper Siang District.
During the peaceful candlelight march held from Akashdeep to Solung Mopin Ground on Wednesday evening, hundreds of people participated.
Later talking to the media, President of ABK Papum Pare unit Tapang Kopak appealed to the Government to take necessary action and expedite the process of investigation.
Meanwhile, Okom John Panyang, the Brother-In-Law of Late Tamik Taki too urged the Government to fast-track the investigation.
He further said that they will wait for some days for the investigation of Upper Siang District Police to get over, after which they will appeal for SIT and CBI inquiry into the case.
First Published: 19th May, 2022 13:19 IST
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