Friday, June 14, 2024

Cachar DIG assures safety to Mizo travellers


Share post:


Aizawl: Cachar DIG (southern Assam range) A Y V Krishna has assured to take all possible measure for safety of the passengers travelling on Aizawl-Silchar-Guwati-Shillong road within his jurisdiction.

The assurance came in wake of the recent most incident of highway robbery where Mizo passengers were robbed and two injured near Silchar.

The Cachar DIG gave his assurance to Mizoram Home Minister R Lalzirliana, who met his at Silchar Mizoram House yesterday along with other Cachar district police officials.

An official statement of the Mizoram government quoted Mr Krishna as saying that such incidents would not happen again.

Mr Krishna also pointed out that he would need the cooperation from Mizoram police to ensure hundred per cent safety to the cabs plying on this road which is infested with highway robbers.

The Mizoram home minister expressed concern over the fact that a number of FIRs submitted to the nearest police stations by victims of highway robberies have proved meaningless. (UNI)


Related articles

Global fund investments in India will accelerate in future: Analysts

  Mumbai, June 14: The Indian stock market has seen a significant rally in recent months and is now...

Papua New Guinea thanks India as humanitarian aid reaches Port Moresby

  Port Moresby, June 14: Emphasising that "a friend in need is a friend indeed", Papua New Guinea expressed...

India emerging as promising alternative to China for chipmaking equipment firms

  New Delhi, June 14: The chipmaking equipment industry is looking to establish operations in India, as the country...

CII pegs India’s GDP growth at 8 pc for 2024-25

  New Delhi, June 14 Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) expects the country's economy to grow at 8 per...