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SHILLONG: As many as five MLAs of Meghalaya in including Phulbari MLA, SG Estamur Mominin have asked the Chief Minister, Conrad Sangma for an independent inquiry into the recent incident where two persons were lynched by an angry mob in Meghalaya’s West Garo Hills (WGH) district and another was critically injured, police said Friday.
In a letter to the Chief Minister, the five MLAs said that the Chief Minister had assured that there would be a judicial inquiry into the matter.
The MLAs also said that this was a serious crime and Government should take the matter seriously and nobody should take the laws into their hand
The incident took place at Chanangpara village after the locals had been alerted about the suspicious movement of the trio in their car.
A strong mob stopped the car and when they found weapons – a dagger and rods – inside the car trunk, the occupants of the car were fatally attacked leaving two of them dead and one seriously wounded.