Galo bodies began with democratic movement demanding justice for Late Tumi Gangkak
ITANAGAR, 1 Apr : Several Galo bodies of state on Saturday sit on dharna at IG Park in city demanding justice for Late Tumi Gangkak, for officer of Arunachal Pradesh public serve commission (APPSC) who was found dead in mysterious condition in outskirt of city.
Demanding reveal all the fact findings of the SIT constituted by capita;police, investigation reports in regards to Late Tumi Gangkak mysterious death case, in to public domain the Galo Welfare society(GWS) today.
This is the first phase of democratic movement against state government and the democratic movement will continue until the justice is delivered to Late Gangkak. Said GWS leaders while speaking to media.
Hundreds of public from various organization were participated in the one day dharna and this is the 1st phase and it will continue. Nyadar Loya , General Secretary GWS, said that till date no any response from government and the attitudes of state government compelling us to our next step. State government and police is taking very casually in this case they even not responding our appeal,
Due to paper leakage issue my husband has been murdered, because he was prime witness in this case said wife of Tumi Poyom Gangkak She also appealed to all the community, student union and other organization for supports to get justice to Late Tumi Gangkak who has found death on 24th February.. They demanded police investigation reports on late Tumi gangkak should be made public immediately, immediate arrest of Bumchu krong SIC inspector and other involved culprit. immediate Suspension of Bumchu krong and other involved culprit for free & fair investigation. Adequate and fairly compensate the late Tumi gangkak’s victim family and first track court for speedy trial of the case. After their first phase of one dharna it will be followed by mass one day casual leave by all the government employees of Galo Community, who is serving across state on 10th April in the marks of protest against state government.