Meghalaya Police registered A Suo-Moto case against NESO who called the bandh

Shillong, Jan 12: The Meghalaya Police has registered, A Suo-Moto case on the 07th January 2018 against the North East Students Organization NESO supported by KSU had called a Bandh on 08th January 2019 from 5 am to 4 pm, in entire North East region by distributing pamphlets in the streets of Shillong in protest against the passing of Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 in Parliament, thereby violating the order passed by High Court of Meghalaya banning calls and publishing through any medium for bandh or road blockades which may disrupt normal life in the State.

The police has also registered, A Suo-Moto case on 09th January 2019 against the Confederation of Hynniewtrep Social Organisation (CoHSO) that called for ‘Road blockade’ on 10th January from 7 pm to 5 am of 11th January 2019 in entire State of Meghalaya thereby violating the order passed by High Court of Meghalaya banning calls and publishing through any medium for bandh or road blockades which may disrupt normal life in the State.

The Meghalaya Police has register, A Suo-Moto case on 11th January against the three organization, the HNYF,RBYF and FKJGP that on the same day  around noon, leaders and members of HYNF, RBYF and FKJGP had gathered at Khyndailad, Police bazaar, Shillong near Old Assembly building gate in protest against the passing of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 in Parliament, without prior permission of the District Magistrate, East Khasi Hills.

Whereby, the gathering and protesting at a busy location had created fear psychosis amongst the public within the area and also obstructed movement of vehicles causing inconvenience to the public at large. Further, certain leaders of the various NGOs gave speeches which promote enmity between different communities and religions.

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