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(From New Vision (Uganda) - AAGM)
Byline: Herbert Ssempogo
TEAR gas should not have been used to disperse people in the city last week, the Inspector General of Police, Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura, said yesterday.
"The instruction to the Police was that the demonstrators should be escorted out of the city. I was surprised to hear on the radio that teargas had been fired at a bus. It should not have been used," he said.
He stressed that the few demonstrating students from Makerere University and the Forum for Democratic Change supporters did not warrant such action.
"At a tactical level, teargas is sometimes the only weapon. It should …