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CMA signals police ‘top brass’ to control IR jawans
Published on 9 Apr. 2009 1:53 AM IST
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Observing that IRB jawans were indulging in boozing and other “anti-social” activities in one of the highest concentrated area in Chümukedima opposite 10 IR Bn., Chümukedima Mothers’ Association (CMA) has signaled police ‘top brass’ to immediately take corrective measures upon jawans before they initiate their own course of action. Chümukedima Mothers’ Association chairperson, Neichüvituoü and general secretary, Neibuno Khro in a joint press statement said that during surprise checking on April 6 IRB jawans were found to be the main customers of booze joints, who were supposed to be the “keeper of law and order”. “It was most astonishing to discover that the main customers were found to be none other than the IRB jawnas who are supposed to be the keeper of law and order and also the agents…” the statement pointed out. Articulating that “the inmates of this particular area who carry out such illegal business were warned of stern action since last four to five years,” Chümukedima Mothers’ Association said the area has been identified as den of “bottle-gers”. In connection with this, Chümukedima Mothers’ Association has also requested land owners and police officers to extend co-operation to clean up the social evils. Asserting that Chümukedima Mothers’ Association was prepared to substantiate their claim for further clarification and information, the Mothers requested community leaders of the colony to shoulder responsibilities upon their concerned members caught indulging in such activities.

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