11th February, 2020
Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu met people of the victim's family in Burugulikera village of the Gudri block of Chaibasa on Tuesday. On this occasion, he said that seven people who did not support Pathalgadi have been killed here. The killed people believe in the system of government, while the stone-pillars are trying to tell themselves their government. People are threatened by not taking government facilities.
Significantly, on January 21, seven people who did not support Pathalgadi were murdered. On Tuesday, Governor Draupadi Murmu has assured to provide all kinds of facilities to the government by meeting the families of the casualties. On this occasion, he said that legal action will be taken against those involved in this murder. He said that such incidents are a curse for the society.
During this, he directed the district administration that all kinds of government facilities should be made available to the people of the victim's family. Along with this, he also appealed to the people of the society to quit the addiction. He said that after talking to the villagers, it came to know that the people here are willing to take government facilities. During this time, he inspected the middle school of Gulikera and met the students here and taught them to build a better future.
Governor Murmu said that education will bring changes in the society. Children should work hard in education with honesty, the government will provide them all kinds of facilities. On this occasion, Commissioner of the district, Deputy Commissioner Arva Rajkamal, SP Inderjit Martha and a large number of officials were present.
Adequate security arrangements
Tight security arrangements were made by the district administration on the arrival of Governor Draupadi Murmu. A large number of CRPF were deployed in the area. Drone cameras were also installed to monitor any lapses in security.
Governor Murmu Lodhar reached the CRPF camp at around quarter to ten on Tuesday morning. Half an hour later, it reached Burugulikera at about eleven and a quarter. After visiting the village, she left for Ranchi at around two o'clock in the afternoon.
Victim families demand protection from the governor
The victims' families demanded protection from Governor Draupadi Murmu. He told the governor that after killing seven people, there is a threat to kill seven more people in the village. On hearing about the victims, the Governor directed SP Indrajit Mahatha to provide security to the family members of the victim. No one should be harmed.
Category: India: Jharkhand