SHILLONG | Oct 27:
The Ri-Bhoi police are yet to arrest the KSU leader Ferdynald Kharkamni, who was accused of assaulting the two cops at Umiam police station on October 15.
“We are yet to arrest the KSU leader. We are going all out in order to nab him,” Ri-Bhoi Superintendent of Police, C. Syrti said when contacted here today.
He also said that the KSU leader has been booked under various sections of the law.
It may be mentioned the KSU Ri-Bhoi unit, president Ferdynald Kharkamni is absconding after he had ‘assaulted’ the officer-in-charge and a police constable of Umiam police station.
Earlier, the Meghalaya police had also issued a ‘look out notice’ for the president of KSU Ri-Bhoi unit.
The Ri-Bhoi police on October 21, had registered a case against the KSU leader for allegedly assaulting the head constable of Umiam Police Station, B. Bordoloi on October 15.
It may be mentioned that two videos of the KSU leader assaulting the cops inside the police station went viral on social media with concerned citizens seeking the immediate arrest of the accused.
On October 15 at around 2 am, the president of KSU Ri-Bhoi led a group of 25 to 30 boys and barged into the Umiam police station to demand the release of a local Khasi boy who was picked up by the police.