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7th All India Police Shooting Competition
Guwahati 22 October, 2013 : 7th All India Police Shooting Competition
Commemoration Day 2013
Guwahati 21 October, 2013 : Commemoration Day 2013
Road Restriction
To ensure safety of the general public including vulnerable road users, the VVIP and to ensure free flow of life saving and emergency vehicles like ambulance, fire tenders etc., I, Shri Bibekananda Das, APS, Superintendent of Police, Traffic, Kamrup (Metropolitan), Guwahati, therefore, in consultation with the local authorities having jurisdiction over it and under the powers conferred upon the undersigned under Section 115 of the M.V. Act, 1988 and Section 93 of the Assam Police Act, 2007, do, hereby, restrict temporarily the movement of all inter-district, long distance and rural service buses including the buses operating under ASTC except the city buses, on D.G. Road, M.G. Road, A.T. Road A.K. Azad Road, A.K. Deb Road and G.N.B. Road in Guwahati city on 22nd October, 2013.
Sd./- Bibekananda Das, APS
Superintendent of Police, (Traffic)
City, Guwahati
Farewell of Shri P P Verma Ex Chief Secretary of Assam
Guwahati 7 October, 2013 :
Guwahati 1 October, 2013 : On the occasion of Assam Police Raising Day the Director General of Police Jayanto Narayan Choudhury formally hoisted the Assam Police flag at the Assam Police Headquarters, Ulubari.

After unfurling the Assam Police flag DGP, Choudhury expressed pride on being part of this police organization with rich traditions and opportunity to rededicate to the service of people of Assam. Referring police-public relations DGP Choudhury urged the police officers and jawans to be courteous, ethical and professional at all times.

In his speech he informed that the Govt. of Assam has announced Rs. 20 lakhs to the next of kin of late Lohit Sonowal, who has been awarded “Kirti Chakra” posthumously for his exemplary courage while fighting with ULFA extremists.

The DGP, J.N. Choudhury further announced the abolition of monthly ration system for the police and new system of cash amount to be given instead of ration and it has been come in to force w.e.f. 1st Oct’2013.

On this occasion a pledge taking ceremony was also held which was conducted and read out the pledge by Chief Public Relations Officer K. Borgohain.

As a part of the Assam Police Raising Day ADGP, Railway, Assam, Guwahati inaugurated one Helpline No. 98540-69999 for the benefit of railway passengers. Any railway passenger can call this no. or send SMS to this no. in case of getting any inconvenience at the time of railway journey. Besides on this occasion Railway Police were organized 3 Street Dramas on the subject of Anti Drug Abuse, Against Women Trafficking and Awareness Regarding Blood Donation. A Blood Donation Camp was also held at Paltan Bazar Railway Station and Railway Police personnel took part in this camp.

Cop Quest 2013
Guwahati 30 September, 2013 :  
Guwahati 20 September, 2013 : On the occasion of World First Aid Day on 17-9-13 a function was held in Police Reserve, Panbazar, Guwahati. President APWWA Smti. Radha Choudhury graced the occasion and First Aid Box were distributed to all the PSs and Ops of City DEF. Shri A.P. Tiwari, IPS, Sr.SP, City, Guwahati, Smti. Aparna D. Tiwari, Secretary APWWA and the representatives from every police station of Guwahati City including family members attend the function. In this connection Dr. Sanjay Gupta delivered an elaborate lecture on First Aid and use of First Aid.
Guwahati 20 September, 2013 : The foundation stone of multipurpose building of Assam Police Wives Welfare Association (APWWA) was laid down by Smti. Ajanta Neog, P.W.D. Minister, Assam at Central Police Hospital Complex, Panbazar, Guwahati on 16-9-13 from the fund allotted by Chief Minister of Assam. The President, Secretary and other members including the family members of police personnel and representative of police station of City, Guwahati also attend the function.
Guwahati 19 September, 2013 : Guwahati 19th Sept.- Assam Police will be organizing a national level debate and quiz competition in Guwahati as a part of Assam Police Day celebrations on  October 1.

Debate competition of national level named Cop Talk 2013 will be held at District Library, Guwahati on 28th September from 11 AM onwards. The topic for the debate will be “In democracy police is in conflict with people’s aspiration”.

Quiz competition Cop Quest 2013 will be held at ITA Machkhowa, Guwahati on 30th September from 9-30 AM onwards. Any person with minimum educational qualification Class XI and above would be eligible to participate in the competitions. For the quiz, 12 final teams will be selected through a written test. Bothe the competition carries attractive cash prizes.

In this regard the DGP Shri J.N. Choudhury said “The competition would focus on police public relationship” and “Assam police will look into incorporating feedbacks from the outcome of the debate competition”.

Participants shall have to enroll their names on or before 27th September by 5 PM. For more details participants are requested to log on to Assam Police Website (www.assampolice.gov.in) or call 094016-76971 or email to rajsarmah984@gmail.com.
Guwahati 23 August, 2013 : The President of India has approved the award of “Kirti Chakra” posthumously to Late Lohit Sonowal, an Inspector of Commando Battalion for his gallant act while fighting with the ULFA extremist in Assam. The exemplary courage exhibited by Lohit Sonowal shall remain a source of inspiration to the Nation and the country shall always remember him with reverence and pride. It is to be noted that for the first time The “ Kirti Chakra” awarded next to “Ashoka Chakra” has been conferred to a Assam Police man for his extreme valour and courage.

The “Kirti Chakra” is an Indian Military decoration awarded for valour, courageous action or self sacrifice away from the field of battle. It is a record in order of precedence of peacetime gallantry awards, its comes after “Ashoka Chakra”.

On 19-04-2013 at about 0200 hours secret information was received that a group of ULFA extremist were hide out No.1 Kordoiguri village under Baghjan Police Station, Tinsukia. Immediately a joint operation was launched by Tinsukia police and 68 Bn CRPF, Tinsukia. The operation party observed that the area was surrounded by tea gardens along with spar shy shattered 6/7 houses. Accordingly the party was divided into smaller groups and one police team led by Inspector Lohit Sonowal noticed some suspected movement in a house and they immediately cordoned the area. After waiting of few time a woman with two children came out of the house and on seeing police she immediately warned the extremist taking shelter inside the house. Responding alert call of the woman the Armed extremists came out of the house and started firing indiscriminately to the police. Sensing impending danger to the life of woman and two children the Inspector Lohit Sonowal first managed to rescue the woman and children defying his own life in between gun fire. After safely evacuated the woman with children, Lohit Sonowal ducked himself behind a tree and retaliated fire. During exchange of fire, one ULFA militant sustained  bullet injuries on his body and fell down there, one extremist reentered in the house of Bhutamoran and open indiscriminate fire and cobbled  grenade towards Inspector Lohit Sonowal. Inspite of facing direct fire, Inspector Lohit Sonowal showed extremely valour and courage and continued firing. During the cross fire he sustained bullet injuries on his person and succumbed to it. Thus Inspector Lohit Sonowal disregarding the grave thread to his personal life beyond and above to call of duty exhibited exemplary courage in rescuing a woman along with two children and also neutralizing the extremist in direct exchange of fire. The Inspector Sonowal exhibited the highest standard of gallantry, leadership and sacrifice that is expected of a true soldier of the Nation.

The President of India will confer the award in the Investiture Ceremony to be held in the President House, New Delhi in March-April,2014.
Sadbhabana Divas
Guwahati 20 August, 2013 :
GUWAHATI 16 August, 2013 : All officers and staff of Assam Police Headquarters today observed  State Mourning Day( Sok Divas) in memory of innocent children who were killed on the day of  15th August’2004 at Dhemaji.

To commemorate the day one minute silence was observed for eternal peace of the departed souls. A pledge was taken to uphold unity and integrity of the country maintaining peace and harmony among the people of the state. The pledge was read out by Shri B.J. Mahanta, IPS, Addl. Director General of Police (A), Assam, Guwahati in presence of Director General of Police, J.N. Choudhury and other Sr. officers. In this connection all officers and staff of Assam Police Headquarters wore black badges and flag were half mast as a mark of respect.
Independence Day
Guwahati 16 August, 2013 :
Guwahati 15 July, 2013 : National conference on “North East India : Strategic and developmental Imperatives “ was held today at Nakshatra Hotel, Guwahati organized jointly by Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi (IDSA)and Special Branch, Assam Police.

 The key note address was delivered by Governor, Arunachal Pradesh, Lt. General(Retd.) Nirbhay Sharma. Shri Sharma explained detail about the North-East region’s geographical setup, its strategic position etc. Referring Indo-China relations, the mindset of Indian people should be changed and China should not be taken as enemy of India. The mutual relationship and better understanding between two countries can develop the entire North-Eastern region. Mentioning the land connectivity of North-East with rest of the country only by 22 to 25 Km. through Siliguri corridor, the Governor Sharma said physical isolation has to be understood. In order to rightly handle the challenges of isolation with rest of the country, communication system through Air, Road, Rail and Water have to be developed. Air mobility and air connection along with telecommunication, surface connectivity should be increased to overcome the ill feeling of NE people. Sharma further said that in order to peacefully  co-exist with better understanding and cooperation among the states of NE, issue relating to Inter-State dispute should immediately be solved and literacy rate should be translated in to the development activities.

Today’s opening session was inaugurated by Tarun Gogoi, Chief Minister of Assam. In his inaugural speech Chief Minister said that “ so far cast, creed, community, religion, language is concerned North-East region is more complex than other part of India. Therefore we should respect the feeling and sentiments of each community with utmost care ”. Referring the great role played by Sukapha, Shankardeva and Ajanpeer, he recalled their contribution in building peaceful Assam. The independent mind and nature of people living in Assam can be derived from that era. He further said that people cooperation and involvement in development activities can be expected only when they get the benefit of development activities. The security problem of this region can be solved only through development process.

Earlier welcome address was given by Dr. Arvind Gupta, IFS, Director General, Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi. The inaugural session of the conference was attended by P.P. Verma, Chief Secretary, Assam, J.N. Choudhury, DGP, Assam, Lt. General Arun Sahani, GOC, 3 Corps, Dimapur, Lt. General C.A. Krishnan, GOC, 4 Corps, Tezpur, G.K. Pillai, former Union Home Secretary and other dignitaries of Assam. In two days programme issues like locating North-East in India’s Geostrategic Environment, India, Bangladesh relations, developing NE constraints and resolution, insurgencies, extend linkage and ceasefires, issues of Border Management etc. will be discussed.

Guwahati 25 June, 2013 : The First State Level Committee Meeting on Fake Indian Currency Note (FICN) was held today at DGP Conference Hall under the Chairmanship of J.N. Choudhury, DGP, Assam.

Initiating the discussion the DGP, J.N. Choudhury stress on the need of giving focus on three points- in respect of FICN. The Quantum of denomination, specific area where these illegal activities are operated and amount of such FICN recovered. Shri Choudhury called upon the officers present from different organizations like- BSF, SB, BIEO, CID and SSB to work with tandem relating to detection of FICN and gang of racket involve in this act. He further requested the RBI representatives present in the meeting to issue FICN sample to the police so that they could easily detect from original one.

Participating in the meeting SSP, CID, Debraj Upadhya through Power Point presentation showing datas in connection with detection of FICN in different districts of Assam. According to CID information in Dhubri district up to May’2013 total 205 pieces of Rs. 1000 denomination notes and 419 pieces of Rs. 500 denomination fake currency notes have been recovered.

In case of Guwahati in the current year up to May’ 2013 total 235 pieces of Rs. 500 notes, 258 pieces of Rs. 1000 notes and 174 pieces of Rs. 100 note were recovered from the possession of different people. In this connection 6 persons were arrested and 15 cases were registered in Guwahati. The recovery and detection figure of other districts is very less in comparison to these two districts.

The meeting was also attended by representative of BSF. As per their authentic information the racket of gang involved in FICN is particularly from Mancachar, Dhubri, Barpeta, Kalgachiya. They further disclosed that Maldah (WB) is another transit point from where this FICN smuggling business have been operated. Interestingly in char area the fake Indian currency notes are used in gambling and during the transaction of purchasing cattle. In some places particularly near Indo- Bangladesh Border the transportation of FICN have been done by way of concealing the said notes making separate chamber underneath a wooden boat. It is to be noted that in Guwahati in the year August,2012 Rs. 12 lakhs FICN were recovered from Beltola.

The meeting decided to form one Sub-Committee to monitor and detect of FICN activities comprising members from BSF, SB, CID, SSB, RBI etc. The  1st meeting of the Sub-Committee will be held at Bangaigaon and committee will sit together quarterly.
Absconding ULFA apprehended by Dhemaji Police
Guwahati 24 June, 2013 : On 15-6-13 ULFA activist Sri Jayanta Bora alias June Bhuyan s/o Sri Tankeswar Bhuyan of village Kuafala, PS & District Dhemaji who had fled away from District Jail Dhemaji on 07-03-2002 has been arrested by Dhemaji Police from Dhemaji town and booked him in connection with Silapathar PS case No. 23/2002 u/s 224/34 IPC
Guwahati 13 June, 2013 : The police personnel from Azara Police Station have showed great intelligence and competency in recovering one Laptop (Lenovo) worth Rs. 33,500.00 along with one HTC Desire SV T326e mobile phone worth Rs. 25,000.00 from the possession of a juvenile named Biswajit Koch, s/o Bhupen Koch, vill- Kerakuchi, Basistha on 9-6-2013. In this connection a case was registered in Basisthat PS Case No. 397/13 u/s 380 IPC and Azara PS G.D.E. No. 576 dated 17-5-13. The juvenile thief Biswajit Koch later on handed over to Basistha Police.

After proper verification the Laptop has been handed over to Sanjib Jaiswal s/o J. Jaiswal, Natun Bazar, Basistha and HTC mobile to Ratul Das s/o Madhab Das, Bongra, PS- Palashbari.

The name of the police personnel from Azara PS under whose untiring efforts the costly gadget were recovered were 1) SI Biju Sarmah 2) SI Ajay Kr. Handique 3) UBC/1838 Kanak Borah 4) HG Mozamil Ali and 5) HG Gopeswar Nath.
1. Vehicles with passes only shall be allowed to enter into the stadium complex.

2. Light motor vehicles without passes shall be allowed to park at Hockey stadium complex, Bhetapara and service roads of NH 37 northern side from Lokhara to Beharbari.

3. All public coming by vehicles from Kamrup Metropolitan  Jalukbari, Pandu, Noonmati, Chandrapur and Chandmari side and Kamrup Rural are requested to move to Sarusajai through the City via AK Azad Road  Nepali Mandir, Paltanbazar, Sarab Bhati, Lalganesh, Jyotikuchi, Saukuchi and Sarusajai Stadium. Vehicles are to be parked on one side of the road.

4. Public coming by vehicles from other districts of western Assam and northern Assam via NH 37 and NH 31 are requested to move from Jalukbari via NH way 37 to Sarusajai and park vehicles on service road between ISBT and Beharbari northern side.

5.    Vehicles carrying public from eastern Assam and northern Assam via NH way 37 shall proceed via service road from Beharbari and park on service road southern side between Beharbari and the DTO Office, Betkuchi.

6.    Medium and light motor vehicles coming from Basistha side shall be allowed to park on one side of the road between Beharbari and Saukuchi.


1.  No vehicles shall be allowed to park on the road from Northern gate Rear gate of Sarusajai stadium to Bhetapara Chariali.
2.    No vehicle shall be allowed to park on the carriageway of NH way 37.

All are requested to extend cooperation and approach on duty police officers for any query and help.

Guwahati 4 June, 2013 : Diversions and regulations of Vehicular Movement.

1. During the procession, movement of vehicles will be regulated as per requirement.

2.The entire stretch of National Highway 37 (from Azara to Jalukbari rotary), D.G. Road (Jalukbari to Bharalumukh), M.G. Road (Bharalumukh to Chief Justice Residence Point), A.T. Road, K.L.B. Road, G.N.B. Road (from District Library to Guwahati Club), Dr. B. Barooah Road, shall be  No Parking Zones. Movement of heavy and medium goods carrying vehicles shall be regulated on the above roads before and during the time of the rally

3.City buses coming from Khanapara to Jalukbari or Paltanbazar shall be regulated at Paltanbazar and diverted via A.T. Road.

4.No goods carrying vehicles, heavy and medium passenger vehicles shall be allowed to move on Dr. B. Baruah Road during the rally.

5.All heavy commercial vehicles – goods carrying vehicles and inter-district passenger vehicles including ASTC buses coming from Jalukbari rotary side towards Bharalumukh shall be  diverted at Jalukbari Rotary towards ISBT or their respective destination.

6.City buses coming out from Adabari Bus Stand shall be regulated without causing inconvenience to the commuters during the rally.

All vehicle users moving from Khanapara to LGBI Airport after 1.30pm are requested to move via D.P.S.. Road, Pamohi, Dipar beel, Rani and then National Highway

Vehicle users are requested to avoid B. Barooah Road after 2.30pm.

Sd./- Bibekananda Das

Superintendent of Police (Traffic)

Guwahati, City
Guwahati 23 May, 2013 : Two youths namely 1. Bailo Basumatary 32 years s/o- Sharma Basumatary of Dabri No. 6, Basbari, P.S.- Karigaon, Dist.- Kokrajhar and (2) Anil Boro, 30 years, s/o- Rajen Boro of Niz Defeli, P.S.- Tamulpur, Dist.- Baska, suspected to be NDFB, were apprehended in a guest house at Jatia early this morning and two 9MM pistols and 12 rounds of live ammunition were recovered from their possession. A case has been registered in Dispur P.S. and investigation is on.
Guwahati 23 May, 2013 :


The following officers of City DEF are hereby designated as Nodal Officers and they will brief media persons on the matters / issues as shown against each of them in addition to their normal duties until the return of the Senior Superintendent of Police, City, Guwahati. Unless otherwise busy on some important assignment, the officers will make themselves available from 3.00pm to 5.00pm every day to provide information to the media persons either through phone or in person or by issuing press release.

Name of the Officers                                                 Issues / matters
Shri Ranjan Bhuyan, APS (94350-45554),
S.P. (Ops.), City, Guwahati                                        Counter insurgency

Shri Amitava Sinha, APS (94050-49599),
Addl. S.P. (Crime), City, Guwahati                             Crimes

Shri Longnit Terang, APS (94350-88229),
Addl. S.P. (City), City, Guwahati                                Law and order
Commemoration Day
Guwahati 21 October, 2012 : Commemoration Day
Guwahati 28 August, 2012 : Sporadic incidents have been reported from different districts of Assam due to 12 hrs Bandh call given by All Assam Minority Student Union (AAMSU) from 0500 hrs on 28-08-2012. The district wise situations due to bandh call as follows

Dhubri:  Shops and business establishment were found closed and buses and trucks were almost off the road. The supporters of AAMSU gathered at Matiabag under Gauripur PS and New Hatiputa under Chapor PS and blocked the National Highway. To disperse the unruly picketers police had to resort to use of force. Altogether six persons had been arrested from different part of the district.

Bongaigaon: AAMSU supporters and picketers were gathered at Jogighopa and police had to use force to disperse unruly mob. Twenty six picketers were sustained injuries due to police action. In this connection police arrested twenty seven persons.

Goalpara: Police had to resort to blank fire in the air to disperse the picketers in Goalpara town.

Barpeta: Due to clash between picketers and others under Barpeta PS, twenty five houses were gutted, one person namely Gyanendra Mondal died, and seven persons were injured. In this connection sixty six persons were arrested by the police.

Morigaon: Picketers pelted stone at police patrolling party at Laharighat as a result police had to resort light lathi charge to disperse the crowd. Twenty seven picketers were picked up from different parts of the district and they were released later on.

Nagaon: Curfew have been clamped at Aam Bagan, Kathpara and Mati Kali. Cr.P.C. 144 have been declared at Nagaon town and two thirty three persons have been arrested so far.

Sonitpur: The vehicle of O/C Tezpur was burnt by picketers at village Dhulabari and O/C Tezpur sustained injury. Police had to resort to blank fire to disperse the picketers. One seventy eight persons have been arrested by the police.
Guwahati 10 August, 2012 : In a fast changing society police has to encounter daily a range of problems and thereby role of police has become increasingly diverse, challenging and complex. People want the policeman to be a source of ever-present help in times of trouble and need. To accomplish this objectives police should be people friendly, efficient, honest, and impartial. While delay in carrying out prompt investigation is the common allegation levelled against the police. Shri Ujjal Pratim Baruah, APS, Addl. Superintendent of Police, Chandmari Division has shown significant act by solving a Chandmari PS case reiterating the selfless and relentless services being provided by the Assam Police.

The Assam State Electricity Board had recently conducted a recruitment process for appointment against posts of Bill Clerks and Meter Readers on 8-1-2012 and there was leakage of question papers of the written examination in Rangia Electrical Circle. On receipt of the said information Chandmari P.S. Case being Case No. 195/12 u/s 120(B)/406/420/34 was registered on 2-5-12. Immediately, the police of Chandmari P.S. under the supervision of Shri Ujjal Pratim Baruah, APS, Addl. Supdt. of Police, Chandmari Division, swung into action and apprehended 3 accused. Further investigation identified another a link with a printing press located at Hatisila area under Pragjyotishpur PS where the question papers were printed  and another of the culprit was apprehended on 5-5-12. The entire investigation was completed within 4 days with the arrest of all accused persons involved and also revelation of the modus operandi involved in the matter.

The prompt steps as taken in the manner by Shri Ujjal Pratim Baruah and his team was appreciated by Shri S.C. Das, IAS, Chairman, ASEB who placed on record of his appreciation of the timely action taken in the matter by Shri Baruah. The prompt action taken by Addl. S.P. Shri Baruah and his team of officers has brought laurels to the Assam Police and set an example to be emulated by all.

Assam Police condoles death of former DGP
Guwahati 6 October, 2010 :

                    The Director General of Police, Assam, all officers and staff of Assam Police deeply condoles the death of Harris Sevanayagam Chittaranjan,IPS, the former DGP, Assam who expired at Chennai yesterday. In a condolence meeting held at Assam Police Headquarters, Guwahati today under the Presidentship of Shri S Barua, DGP, Assam the contribution made by late Chittaranjan during his service period was remembered with gratitude. The meeting conveyed deep sorrow and heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family member and prayed to the God for the eternal peace of the departed soul with two minutes silence.

IED Recovered
Guwahati 31 July, 2010 :
Police patrolling party has recovered one Improvised Explosive Device weight about 7/8 Kg near railway crossing at Udalguri town last night. The IED is now kept at Udalguri PS with full protection for defuse.
NDFB militant nabbed
Guwahati 31 July, 2010 : Kamrup police in a search operation has nabbed two NDFB militants at Boko last night. The search operation was conducted by SP Kamrup at the border area of Kamrup and Goalpara district. Police has recovered two 9 mm pistol and 7 rounds of ammunition from the possession of the arrested militants Sonaram Basumatary and Ramesh Rabha.
Recruitment of A.B. Constable
Guwahati 16 July, 2010 :
The selection test for recruitment of A.B. Constable in Morigaon district will be held from 17th to 26th July start from 7 a.m. onwards at Khirod Boruah Stadium, Morigaon. Candidates who have applied for the post are requested to contact S.P. Office, Morigaon and appear the selection test as per date and venue. 
Guwahati 7 May, 2010 :

          The attention of Assam Police Headquarters has been drawn to certain media reports regarding the arrest and post arrest treatment to Sri Ranjan Daimari, leader of the banned organization NDFB. It has been alleged that the police agencies have over stepped the legal limits and have tried to discriminate against the arrested person vis a vis other arrested leaders of similar banned organizations such as the ULFA.

          In this regard it is hereby clarified that there has been no discrimination whatsoever in the handling of Sri Ranjan Daimary as against that of Sri A Rajkhowa and other arrested leaders of ULFA. The leaders of both organizations were produced at the judicial court in the same manner; the persons protesting illegally at the venue of the court were arrested as per law. The facilities of allowing visitors to meet the leaders of both organizations, of accommodation, food, medical check up etc are also similar without any difference at all.

Press Statement
Guwahati 5 May, 2010 : Assam Police has arrested Shri Ranjan Daimary alias D.R. Nabla alias Abraham Momin alias Bipul Choudhury on 02-05-2010 after he was apprehended and identified on 1st May, 2010. He is arrested in respect of SOU PS Case No. 2/98 under sec. 384 IPC.

The accused is presently under Police custody granted by the Hon’ble Court for 12 days.

By virtue of being the President of the banned outfit the accused has established link with forces inimical to India for procurement of sophisticated arms/ammunition and explosives from the foreign countries with money extorted from different sources and imparting training with help of foreign intelligence agencies with a view to war against lawfully established Govt. as well as to secede from India for establishing an independent Bodoland incorporating the Bodo dominated areas of the State. To this effect he has set up various hideouts and camps in Bangladesh.

Due process of law will follow in respect of interrogation, further arrest in connection with the other cases where the subject is an accused and other follow up actions will be taken.

Assam Police in collaboration with other security forces is taking adequate care to prevent violent designs of the anti national elements and will continue to carry out legal and preventive actions in respect of all militant and terrorist outfits. Assam Police appeals to the esteemed civil society of all communities and the media to co-operate with the forces and contribute towards maintenance of peace and order.
4th. A.P.Battalion Celebrates Rising Day
Guwahati 28 April, 2010 :
The 48th Raising Day of 4th. A.P.Battalion is celebrated with a day long colourful programme in the Battalion Headquarters situated at Kahilipara, Guwahati to-day. Established in 1962, the first Headquarters of the Battalion was set up at Dergaon. Latter on during Naga agitation, the headquarters was sifted to Sontilla in the district of N.C.Hills and jawans were engaged to maintain law and order in the area. But after total distruction of the office building due to devastating fire, the battalion headquarters was sifted to Kahilipara, Guwahati in 1979. Presently the battalion has three Wings, five Border Out Posts and twenty seven platoons including mounted platoon. The present strength of the battalion is one thousand five hundred eighty including officers and staff.
The Chairman-cum-Managing Director, APHC, Ltd. Shri Subhas Goswami participated the celebration as the Chief Guest and took the salute of March Past. Shri Bibhuti Mohan Mishra, Addl.D.G.P.(L/O), Shri Mukesh Sahay, Addl. DGP(CID) and other senior police officers were also present.  
Guwahati 26 April, 2010 :
The Traffic Police, Guwahati City has set up four traffic squades for greater Guwahati to restrain increasing motor vehicle offences and to contain traffic hazards created by young motorcyclists, light commercial vehicles and city buses. One traffic police officer in the rank of Inspector has been placed as the In-Charge of each Traffic Division. The four Traffic Divisions are Pandu, Panbazar, Chandmari and Dispur. The Officer-in-Charge of the Divisions with his traffic squade will control traffic hazards in his respective areas and regulate traffic rules. They will take the help of armed \"NAKAS\" from the Officer-in-Charge of the respective Police Thana. The squades while checking the motorcyclists will also check horn and if the horn is found as not the prescribed one, it will be removed forthwith. The squade will submit action report every day in the evening to the authority which will be reviewed and planning for next course of action will be formulated accordingly.
Sri R.N.Mathur, IPS Ex-DGP, Assam Expired
Guwahati 12 March, 2010 : The Director General of Police, Assam, officers and staff of Assam Police deeply condole the premature demise of Shri Ravindra Nath Mathur, IPS (Retired) Ex-Director General of Police, Assam died on 11-03-2010 at 11.30 pm at his residence, Ajmer, Rajasthan due to illness. He was 61 years.

Shri Mathur, IPS, an Indian Police Service officer of 1973 batch, Mathur served Assam Police with dedication and sincerity in different capacities with distinction since his joining. During his career spanning 36 years of service, he served as ASP Khasi Hills, SDPO Nongstain, Addl.S.P. Dibrugarh, Commdt. 2nd APBn, SP Lakhimpur, Commdt. 9th.APBn,  DIGP(Range), IGP(L/O), IGP(BIEO), IGP MD APHC Ltd, IGP(CID), IGP(Admn), ADGP(Admn), ADGP(CID), DGP(V&AC), DG CD & CGHG  Assam, DGP Assam, DG CD & CGHG Assam.

The Director General of Police, Assam and all members of the Assam Police convey their heartfelt condolence and sympathy to the bereaved family and pray to the Almighty God for eternal peace of the departed soul.
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