Imphal, July 28,
11 days has gone and the body of the 14 years old minor girl studying at class VII at Standard Robarth School found death at the school hostel room is lying at JNIMS Morgue after conducting post mortem for the second time on July 26. JAC formed against the suspicious death along with other students bodies and major civil society organizations of the state had now strengthen their stand to demand justice for the minor student. They have decided not to accept the dead body until the government handed over the investigation about the cause of the death to CBI.
A mass meeting held today at THAU ground which was attended by various leaders and representatives of the major students’ bodies and Civil Society organization of the state, attended by nearly thousands of people make the air at Thangmeiband fill with the cry for justice of Babysana. Uncle of the deceased girl, N. Kumar, narrated story on how he and his brother felt suspicious that their daughter Babysana would not have committed suicide.
“The attitude of the School authority made us suspicious about this incident, and I felt that something fishy is going on”, Kumar said with tears in his eyes.
Khumukcham Joykishan, the only MLA from the state of Manipur who came out to stand with the people to fight for justice for Babysana said that the government is not sincere in handling the case.
“Why there is no official announcement that shows concern about the mysterious death of Babysana? How could the Section 305 of the IPC that has been lodged against the death find satisfactory enough by the people and why the police matter agreed to add Section 302?” Joykishan questioned the government.
The Chief Minister had agreed to hand over the case to CBI but there seem no official measures to have been taken up by the state government, Joykishan hitting hard to the Chief Minister. On the other hand the Chief Minister himself is presently at New Delhi and if he is serious about the mysterious death of Babysana and if he is committed to hand over the case to CBI than he could have take up the matter with the Union Home Minister.
A retired physician who had taken part in the post mortem of Rose Mary, Nilam Bhaya etc. in the early 80s, Dr. Sharat who had taken part in the post mortem conducted for the second time said that the case of Babysana from the eye of a Doctor is the rarest of the rare case.
Some of the circumstances that can make to the public is that, the case is Partial hanging and such hanging needs lots of investigation, Dr. Sharat said.
Imphal, July 28,
The state government has today instituted a Special Investigation Team to start probe of the Babysana Mysterious death, a source close to Imphal Times said.
The SIT will conduct investigation until the case is handed over to the CBI, the source added.