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Tewary Commission Report
By Muhammad Hasibor Rahman

Following the Nellie massacre in which over 1800 Muslim men, women, children and infants were brutally killed on 18 February 1983, the one-member Tewary Commission was constituted by the then chief minister of Assam, Hiteswar Saikia, to investigate into the disturbances that took place in the state at the height of the anti-foreigners’ movement launched by All Assam Students’ Union and the All Assam Gana Sangram Parishad.

Mr TD Tewary was the former chief secretary of Uttar Pradesh. He submitted his 600-pages report on the bloody disturbances to the Assam government in May 1984. But the report has been lying buried in the piles of government files. It is yet to be made public.

In 1985, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) won the state Assembly elections and formed government headed by PK Mahanta. During its regime about a dozen of cases including that of Nellie massacre were withdrawn from various courts of the state.
The killers of the innocent people are still at large. The relatives of the Nellie’s victims were given a paltry Rs 5000 each as ‘compensation.’ They are still waiting for justice.

Denial of justice to the victims of injustices has created an unfortunate situation in the state in which thousands of innocent people have lost their lives and properties worth of crores of rupees.

There are demands that the present Congress (I) government in the state should make the Tewary report public and revive all the criminal cases dropped by the AGP government and punish all the perpetrators of the heinous crimes during Assam agitation.
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