From a Correspondent
DIPHU, Jan 29: The leadership of United People’s Democratic Solidarity (UPDS) expressed anger following the police atrocities on UPDS cadres at its upper Deopani designated camp at around 11 am led by Officer In-charge of Borpathar PS today. It is learnt that the police had gone to upper Deopani designated camp to shift the inmates as per the direction by Anurag Agarwal, Superintendent of Police, Diphu. Meanwhile, the UPDS cadres strongly resisted the move adopted by the police which led to confrontation between both the parties. While addressing a hurriedly convened press conference, Lengbat Engleng, defence secretary of the outfit strongly condemned the Borpathar police action and said that the upper Deopani designated camp is one of the Central Government’s notified camps. Mentioning the recent violence triggered by KPLT, the UPDS defence secretary vehemently denied its link with the KPLT. “Our 13 cadres had fled from the upper Deopani designated camp due to the atrocities of Borpathar police in the month of September, 2010 and they are still afraid to come back,” he said adding that the SP will be held responsible for any eventuality in the future.