Guwahati: Assam police intelligence in their investigation found that 6 Muslim leaders are involved in mobilising the violent attack on police during an eviction drive in Dhalpur in Darrang district on 23rd September. High-level security sources told 'Organiser' that 6 leaders of PFI, CFI, AAMSU (All Assam Muslim Student Union) and ITTEHAD Front were involved in instigating the mob to attacked the police force.
One college lecturer of Kharupetia College in the Barpeta district was also involved in the conspiracy. The Assam police special branch reports say that Shoriful Islam of PFI, Nur Islam and Jairul Haque of ITTEHAD Front, Abdur Rahman Biswas and Ainuddin of AAMSU and college teacher Nazir Hussain Sarkar were present in Dhalpur eviction site when the protest demonstration turned violent and the mob started pelting stone, attacked police with sharp weapons. 9 police personnel including a woman police officer were seriously injured in the attack.
The intelligence report stated that the Muslim student organization AAMSU along with PFI collected around 28 lakhs of rupees from the encroachers in the last three months to file a petition against the government of Assam. Chief Minister told the media on Saturday that PFI leaders had visited the eviction sites prior to the eviction. Reports say that PFI leaders held rounds of meetings with the encroachers in Dhalpur area. Assam police special branch finds in its investigation that a team of PFI leaders were stopped by Darrang police who were on their way to the eviction site in the name of providing food relief to the evicted people. But somehow the team reached the eviction site. The report clearly says that members of this group instigated the mob for a violent protest.
Meanwhile, a case has been registered against the attack on the police force in Sipajhar police station. A high-level Assam police source informed that the case will be handed over to Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for further investigation. The Assam government has already initiated a judicial inquiry by a retired judge of the Guwahati High Court. Chief minister Himanta Biswa said that the truth will come out in the inquiry. The first day of the eviction drive on 20th September in the nearby location was totally peaceful. On 23rd September, an eviction drive was carried out against 60 families only. But how come 10 thousand people gathered there against 60 families and attacked the unprepared police force is a serious question and truth will come out in the inquiry, the chief minister added. It should be mentioned that PFI Assam state president Aminul Haque and several other members were arrested by Police for playing a key role in creating violence at multiple places in Assam during the violent anti-CAA protest. Later he was released on bail.