Guwahati: Major Crimes Last Night Rock City, New CP Says This

Guwahati: The incident that took place at Khanapara where a youth pulled a woman by her hair, said Guwahati Police Commissioner Diganta Borah on Thursday.

The newly appointed Commissioner of Guwahati Police, Borah said, “The incident should not be termed as one including performing dangerous stunts or that of road rage. A youth passed lewd gestures and outraged the modesty of the woman.”

He said, “The incident took place after the woman objected to his advances. Meanwhile, we have seized the vehicle that belonged to him.”

However, the perpetrator is eluding capture, said CP Borah, ensuring that the hunt is ongoing.

Diganta Borah then focused on other occurrences, such as the racial incident at the Assam Engineering Institute and the automobile theft from the Assam Legislative Assembly’s property.

On the case of ragging, he said, “We have arrested four people based on the complaint registered by the victim. However, we only have facts connecting two of them to the case so far.”

Borah then addressed the incident of theft saying, “We received information of the theft of a Bolero vehicle from in front of the Legislative Assembly. In connection with the matter, we are questioning the driver of the car for details.”

“We have retrieved the CCTV footages of the area where the car was parked. We are also looking into where all the car travelled throughout the day,” he added.

He also reaffirmed that discussions about how to address the rising crime rate are ongoing.

It should be remembered that in a terrifying occurrence on Wednesday in Guwahati’s Khanapara a scoundrel pulled a woman by her hair from his car after she refused his approaches.

The incident allegedly happened last night in front of the Kendriya Vidyalaya Khanapara. The criminal allegedly began performing risky actions and making inappropriate gestures toward the victim as soon as he arrived in his automobile.

The victim claimed that after being confronted with this she turned down his approaches and referred to him as a drug addict which infuriated him. The victim was then carried along the road for a time before the youth released her after grabbing her hair from inside his car.

The vehicle involved in the incident, a Maruti WagonR with the registration number AS 01 BD 9455, had been impounded by Dispur Police.

Another case of ragging occurred last night at the Assam Engineering Institute (AEI) in Guwahati, which shocked everyone.

In the name of ragging, a senior student reportedly stole a junior student’s gold chain from the institute.

In addition, it has been claimed that the victim, a junior, was undressed and tormented. The seniors beat the rookie and turned to using derogatory remarks against him.

According to reports, the seniors also demanded 500 rupees from the new student. The seniors bullied and severely beat him when he disobeyed.

Bishal Kashyap Saloi was the named as the victim student. He has filed a case at the Guwahati Chandmari Police Station in relation to the ragging incident.

In the police report, the victim named Devajit Bodo, the hostel monitor, along with two other people. Officials were informed that the older citizens had also damaged the victim’s two-wheeler in the complaint.

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