The FKJGP has asked the State government to make public the report of the judicial inquiry headed by Justice (retd) T Vaiphei probing the various angles related to the alleged encounter death of former HNLC leader Cheristerfield Thangkhiew.
It may be mentioned that Justice Vaiphei had on May 20 submitted the judicial inquiry report to Chief Minister Conrad Sangma who later sent it to the Political Department to study.
“We would like to know what is written in the inquiry report on the death of Thangkhiew on August 13, 2021. This would clear all our doubts and confusion on the entire matter,” FKJGP working president Dundee C. Khongsit said today.
Stating that the death of the former HNLC leader had led to law and order problem in the State for some time, Khongsit said that people wanted justice on the matter.
“The long time to complete the inquiry has created suspicion that there may be something behind. Now that the State government has received the probe report it should no longer delay in making it public. If the government fails to do so it means it has something to hide and in case of any law and order problem that takes place due to it, the government has itself to blame,” the FKJGP leader said.