Northeast India’s Only English and Hindi Satellite News Channel

Arunachal : ANYA demands release of arrested members

Arunachal’s The All Nyishi Youth Association has questioned the Arunachal Pradesh government over the delay in the release of ANYA activists as well as others arrested during the pressure group’s

Arunachal’s The All Nyishi Youth Association has questioned the Arunachal Pradesh government over the delay in the release of ANYA activists as well as others arrested during the pressure group’s bandh call earlier this month.

At a briefing for the media, ANYA president Byabang Joram stated that there are at least 45 people who have been lodged at the Tezu Jail. Besides, the ANYA president also wondered as to why the police had charged different sections, at least 10 against each person.

Byabang Joram added that necessary efforts are being made by the legal advisers of the ANYA to free the arrested individuals.

Also Read: Meghalaya & Arunachal Pradesh’s Republic Tableau sizzles during Republic Day Parade

Besides, the ANYA president also added that no external forces have been roped in by the student body to create a law and order situation during the 36-hour shutdown.

Byabang Joram said that the government must probe the matter and take necessary action if necessary evidence is found. The ANYA president demanded that the police come clean and inform the public about the procurement of firearms by members of the group during the 36-hour shutdown call.

All Nyishi Youth Association demands immediate release of members taken into custody during recent Itanagar bandh; Cries foul over Government allegations against protest

WATCH:

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

First Published: 26th January, 2022 21:04 IST

COMMENTS

WE RECOMMEND

Banner
Assam Guv pays courtesy visit to VP Jagdeep Dhankar

He congratulated Dhankar on being elected as the 14th Vice President of the country and looked forward to his cooperation and guidance

08th August 2022
Banner
3 round of talks between ATSUM & HAC remains inconclusive

Despite 3 rounds of talks between the All Tribal Students Union Manipur and the Hill Areas Committee over the ADC Bill, 2021 and the arrest of 5 ATSUM leaders, efforts remained futile as the two sides failed to come to an agreement. (Visited 3 times, 3 visits today)

08th August 2022
Banner
Tripura: Leaders of different political parties jump ship to Congress

Baptu Chakraborty said he decided to quit the Mamata Banerjee-led party as it was working in the interests of the BJP.

08th August 2022
Banner
Former Indian football players want Bhaichung Bhutia to contest for AIFF President

Former India captain Bruno Coutinho said it would be good for the country's football fraternity if Bhaichung Bhutia contests the election.

08th August 2022
Banner
ATSUM – Hill Areas Committee member’s talks remain inconclusive

Paul Karang informed Northeast Live that the talks had failed to yield any result and that more discussions may follow in the following days.

08th August 2022