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Arrested GNLA gen secy kin may move bail plea


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SHILLONG: The family members of the arrested general secretary of GNLA Dalbin N Marak are contemplating to move a bail petition at Williamnagar.

“We would move the bail the petition through our lawyer Sujit Dey in the next few days,” one of the relatives of Marak, who is also the head teacher of Bijasik Chisim Lower Primary School, said here on Monday. He also claimed that Marak had been wrongly arrested.

Earlier on November 24, the head teacher of Bijasik Chisim Lower Primary School was arrested after his motorcycle ((ML08 A 6650) was intercepted at Kusimkolgre forest check gate by a police party.

Marak was coming from Tura with another civilian.

It was reported that the general secretary of the outfit whose identity was not even known to other cadres and leaders of the group apart from the inner circle of the GNLA chief has revealed to police that Sohan called him up over phone and appointed him the general secretary.

After his appointment he received the GNLA seals and letter pads which were kept hidden in the home of one Pinku Palley Ch Marak of Sunny Hills, Tura.

Pinku, who was working as a lab technician at Rongsak medical health centre, was picked up from his wife’s government quarter at medical colony Williamnagar on Sunday night.

He was brought to Tura under armed escort and from his paternal home police recovered a briefcase containing three Indian passports along with letter heads of vice chairman and general secretary along with several other documents including mobile phones.


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