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NEEPCO bodies condemn petrol bomb attack


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SHILLONG, April 26: The NEEPCO Tribal Employees’ Welfare Association (NTEWA) and NEEPCO Women Welfare Association (NWWA), in a joint statement issued here on Friday, have condemned the recent incident wherein petrol bomb was hurled at a police vehicle which was escorting Director of NEEPCO (Personnel) Major General (retired) RK Jha in the city.
The incident took place at Demthring, Shillong, on April 25.
Besides being a force engaged in securing NEEPCO’s goodwill and prosperity, Jha has also been working towards the general wellbeing of the local employees of North East as a whole and of Shillong, in particular, the statement said.
“We register our strongest protest to this dastardly act which negates the very aspirations of the general populace of Meghalaya. We urge upon the administration to address the issue immediately and bring the culprits to book,” it read.


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