News Desk, Amar Ujala, Itanagar

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Saturday, 15 January 2022 11:49 AM IST

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A case has been registered against 25 people who organized the rally under the Unlawful Activities Act and they were sent to 12 days judicial custody.

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Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has arrested 100 people for allegedly plotting a scam worth Rs 2,000 crore. At the same time a case was registered against 25 people under UAPA. According to the report, 25 people were booked under the Illegal Activities Act and sent to 12 days of judicial custody.

According to reports, state tribal youth association All Nashi Youth Association CM Pema Khandu has been accused of being involved in a Rs 2,000 crore government funding scam. A petition was also filed in the Supreme Court in this regard, but after the petition was rejected, the association called for a 36-hour strike, which the government declared illegal.

Strike even after it is declared illegal
The government did everything possible to stop the strike. It was initially declared illegal, but the Internet was shut down in many areas, including Itanagar. Despite this the strike took place. More than 100 people were subsequently detained. Police said weapons such as slingshots and daggers were recovered from the detainees. The police say that the strike is the conspiracy to spread unrest and religious violence in the state through protest rallies.

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Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has arrested 100 people for allegedly plotting a scam worth Rs 2,000 crore. At the same time a case was registered against 25 people under UAPA. According to the report, 25 people were booked under the Illegal Activities Act and sent to 12 days of judicial custody.

According to reports, state tribal youth association All Nashi Youth Association CM Pema Khandu has been accused of being involved in a Rs 2,000 crore government funding scam. A petition was also filed in the Supreme Court in this regard, but after the petition was rejected, the association called for a 36-hour strike, which the government declared illegal.

Strike even after it is declared illegal

The government did everything possible to stop the strike. It was initially declared illegal, but the Internet was shut down in many areas, including Itanagar. Despite this the strike took place. More than 100 people were subsequently detained. Police said weapons such as slingshots and daggers were recovered from the detainees. The police say that the strike is the conspiracy to spread unrest and religious violence in the state through protest rallies.

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