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SHILLONG: A group of Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) members has allegedly assaulted a sub-inspector and a head constable after barging into a police station, a delayed report said.
The incident happened on October 15 when Ferdynald Kharkamni, president of Ri-Bhoi unit of KSU, led a group of boys into the Umiam police station and slapped the officer-in-charge, sub-inspector L. Syngkhon, besides assaulting the Head Constable. Both were in uniform when the attack took place.
As per the police, the group entered the police station demanding the release of a boy who was picked up by the police after he allegedly assaulted one Amir Ali, a pickup van driver from Barbhag in Barpeta district of Assam, in Sumer village in Ri Bhoi district.
A group of local boys had allegedly beaten up Amir Ali while he was having food at a shop in Sumer.
Soon after the boy was taken to the Umiam Police Station, Ferdynald Kharkamni led a group of youths and started hurling verbal abuses on the police personnel for picking up the local youth.
When contacted, Ri Bhoi SP C Syrti said that the KSU leader slapped the officer and the head constable besides banging the table.
“We are searching for him. The moment we get him, we will arrest him,” Syrti said.
As per the FIR filed by head constable B Bordoloi, the KSU leader showered punches on his face as well.