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Salam Chingkheinganba

Chingkheinganba has been a journalist for more than 4+ years and is popular among the team for his reporting style. In his spare time, he teaches He and his parents reside in Singjamei Chingamakha Kshetri Leikai . He holds a Masters Degree in Mass Communication from Manipur University. Chingkheinganba is available via email at [email protected]

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AIYF to bring up the case of Babysana into a national issue

IT News

Imphal Aug 21,

All India Youth Federation (AIYF) is all set to bring up the issue of the mysterious death of Babysana into a national one.

Speaking to media persons in a press meet held today at Irawat Bhawan National Vice President of AIYF Chingakham Sarat said that the issue where the truth about the death of Babysana hasn’t been revealed till now will be bought up into a national issue. 

He further said that he will brought up in the National Council Meeting which will be held on 26 August at Hyderabad to initiate the movement into a national one.

Pointing that the role of the government regarding the case of Babysana as unfortunate Sarat said that till now the government hasn’t delivered the truth about the death of Babysana whether it may be suicide or homicide.

He added that such incidents are not new in Manipur.

Highlighting about the day where media persons were not allowed he said that the masses were suspicious and added that something is fishy about the incident.

Sarat further claimed that all this lies in the hands of the people and added that the people should opt for good governance in times of election. 

The delaying nature of the investigation is very unfortunate, he added.

State Secretary Yengkhom Sexona along with Sarat will go to National Council from the state.

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Relay hunger strike continues; poster campaign against the death of Babysana initiated

IT News

Imphal Aug 21,

Relay hunger strike in protest against the death of Babysana continues at Thangmeiband Sinam Leikai Naharol Leishemba Club, Thangmeiband Sinam Leikai.

20 volunteers staged the hunger strike protest from 8 in the morning today.

Speaking to media persons Thangjam Aruna said that finding the truth about the death of Babysana will solve all the problems. The people have been suffering a lot for a long period of time, she added. 

She further said that only by delivering justice to Babysana will finish the movement.

Aruna said that even though the government headed by CM Biren assured that the case was handed over to CBI, no such reports was seen by the public.

She also said that finding out the truth regarding such cases of crimes is not a tough job for the investigator and added that all the movements and agitations by the public will be concluded if the truth was delivered to the public.

Meanwhile Students of DM college of Arts also organised poster campaign protesting against the death of Babysana today

Mutum Tennyson who is a student of DM Arts said to media persons that they have started the poster campaign today and will cover the places in and around DM campus. 

Pointing out that justice for Babysana is being denied he considered justice delayed is justice denied and added that even though government claimed to give justice they still didn’t find out the responsible for the death of Babysana till now.

Being a student they come out today demanding justice for Babysana as they could not sit idly as they considered her as fellow students.

He demanded justice for Babysana at the earliest.

Poster with slogan “Justice delayed is justice denied” were posted on the walls.

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Relay hunger strike continues;police disperse using smoke bombs

IT News

Imphal Aug 20,

The 2nd day for the relay hunger strike done by the JAC members protesting against the mysterious death of Babysana continues. Another 10 members of the JAC today staged the relay hunger strike at the Waiting shed opposite to Western gate of DM College at Thangmeiband Meisnam Leikai. 

Around 1.30 in the afternoon police personnel dispersed the protester using smoke bombs saying that the area is under CrPC 144. 

Speaking to media persons a protestor identified as JAC member named Pishakmacha said that they still protest though they suffer a lot because they wanted to know the truth and to attain justice for Babysana.

She further questioned how 36 students living in the dormitory didn’t know when she died as even a small pinch makes a loud noise. 

Pointing out why people support the protest Pishakmacha said that the people find it very doubtful and mysterious on the way how she died and also they wanted the truth.

“We also wanted to stop the protest but all they (government) need to do is to find out the truth about the death of Babysana”, she added. 

She further urged the Chief Minister to help it out and find the culprit as the people are more like his sons and daughters. 

The employees and students of JCRE Skill Solutions also staged sit-in-protest together with the protestors of relay hunger strike.

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KSA storms at COHSEM 

IT News

Imphal Aug 20,

Volunteers of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) today stormed the office of Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) to derecognized Chingtam Foundation for Innovative Education for using fake patta.

Speaking to media persons Vice President of KSA Sukham Bidyananda said that the authority of Chingtam Foundation for Innovative Education, Yairipok uses fake documents of patta for the recognition of the school.

He added that several memorandum were also given to CM and Education Minister but were neglected by the authorities. 

Bidyananda also said that Chairman of the Council should resign from its post because of the irregularities and added that the Education Minister should also morally resign from his post also. 

He urged the government to give befitting punishment to those involved not to repeat such in the future.

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