A sex racket busted in Assam's Silchar town's Meherpur area involves, Assam MLAs-- two BJP and one other, officers, municipal commissioners and attorneys of the state that has shaken the state's system on Thursday night. Assam police immediately swung into action after two women, enthusiast about the sex rackets, filed three FIRs following their escape from the clutches of the racketeers.
The FIR has been lodged against, three MLAs — Aminul Haq Laskar, Kishore Nath (each BJP) and Nizam Uddin Chaudhury (AIUDF) — and many others. The complainants accused them of visiting area in Meherpur’s Pushp Vihar Lane from where the racket was once being run.
The cops arrested the lady on Thursday night, who was allegedly operating the racket, including two others. On Friday, the 3 have been produced in court, stated Cachar SP Rakesh Raushan, including that two different accused have been at large. “The FIRs mention the names of the 3 MLAs.
They don't seem to be accused however have been shown simplest as customers. We are investigating the case and the legislation will take its own route,” the SP stated.
Rejecting the costs, Laskar stated, “On December 8, 2006 one Tony Mazumdar had tried to kill me. He is the son-in-law of the lady who allegedly runs the racket. Can anyone consider I visited the home of the mother-in-law of the person who tried to kill me? I have asked the SP for a high-level probe.”
Chaudhury stated, “I am a Haji and a spiritual particular person. No one will consider I can be enthusiastic about such actions.” He alleged that Aftab Uddin, an AGP activist from his constituency, was once answerable for dragging his name into the controversy.
Nath, alternatively, stated, “My lifestyles, each private and public, has been open and clean. I am the son of the soil. I demand a high-level inquiry.”