Arunachal Paper Leak Case: Normal life was affected in the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar on December 27, following the bandh given by a students union protesting against the state government’s failure to fulfil its demands over a paper leak case in a recruitment test.
Arunachal Paper Leak Case
It is mentioned all shops, business establishments, banks and educational institutions remained closed while private and public transport remained off the roads. Only the vehicles of magistrates and security personnel can be seen on roads.
“The capital administration has declared the bandh illegal. A massive security arrangement has been made to maintain law and order,” Capital Deputy Commissioner Talo Potom stated.
It is noted the All Nyishi Students Union has called the 12-hour bandh that began at 5 am. On December 3, the ANSU had submitted a memorandum to Chief Minister Pema Khandu placing its 13-point demands in connection with the question paper leak.