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Look-out notice against Ampati SI
By Our Reporter
SHILLONG: The State Police has issued a look-out notice against the Sub Inspector and officer in charge of Ampati Police Station, Nurul Islam, who has been accused of raping two minor sisters inside the police station.
According to the notice, Islam is wanted in connection with Ampati Rape case–No. 34(06)13 U/S 376 (2) (1-a) IPC and section 6 and 10 of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.
Police said that the informers will be suitably rewarded.
The 48-year-old cop is a permanent resident of Mahamayachar village, Nilokhia in Dhubri district and Gaibanda village of Goalpara district, both in Assam.
A non-bailable warrant has already been issued against the rape accused policeman who gave his colleagues a slip after he was brought to Tura for further interrogation.
IG Western Range, H Nongpluh said that the whereabouts of Islam is yet to be traced and police are investigating into the matter.
Meanwhile, the first day of the dawn-to-dusk non cooperation movement called by the Achik Student’s Welfare Association (ASWA) in Southwest Garo Hills condemning the alleged custodial rape of two sisters at Ampati Police Station passed off peacefully with no untoward incidents reported.
“The non cooperation movement in the entire district was a success,” ASWA President Augustine R Marak said.
“As of now we have not received any intimation from the government and will continue with our agitation tomorrow,” he added.
The ASWA has not only demanded the arrest of Islam and all officials involved in his ‘staged’ escape but also called for justice in other serious crimes in Garo Hills that have allegedly been “neglected” by the concerned authorities.
Meghalaya Police have solicited members of public to inform the whereabouts if any at following Cell Numbers (1) 9436709532 (SP, South West Garo Hills, Ampati), (2) 9436106275 (Addl. SP, South West Garo Hills, Ampati), 261222 (Ampati PS) and Email:- SP Ampati ([email protected]).