MVAC vows to continue seeking justice for Pul

ITANAGAR, Feb 12: The Mere Vichaar Andolan Committee (MVAC) has vowed to continue to seek justice for late Kalikho Pul until justice is delivered.
Addressing a press conference at the press club here on Monday, MVAC convenor Kaling Tasing said that the 60-page suicide note, titled ‘Mere Vichaar’, that Pul had left behind contained sensational information related to the PDS and other corruption cases.
Tasing said the MVAC is focusing on its four demands: re-investigation of Pul’s suicide case; resignation of Chief Minister Pema Khandu, DCM Chowna Mein and Government Spokesman PD Sona to ensure free and fair investigation; return of Rs 4 crore allegedly paid to Sona by Pul on 11 July, 2016; and investigation of Dasanglu Pul’s alleged role in Pul’s suicide.
“We shall continue to fight for justice for Pul and we are happy that the people of the state have given us overwhelming support in the movement,” said Tasing.
He said the MVAC discussed the case with social activist Anna Hazare during his recent visit to the state. Tasing also questioned the role of MoS for Home Kiren Rijiju, and alleged that Rijiju failed to put pressure on the home ministry to investigate Pul’s suicide.