A high level fact finding team constituted by the state Government comprising four members has left Imphal for Maharastra to make an enquiry into the suspicious death of Hensu Bernard, a Manipuri student studying at Manohar Bhai Patel Institute of Engineering and Technology, Maharastra on November 19 last year.
It may be mentioned that one Hensu Bernard from Senapati district Manipur who was a Computer science (1st semester) student of Manohar Bhai Patel Institute of Engineering and Technology, Maharastra was found dead inside the campus of the Institute on November 19 last year. Death of the Manipur student was registered with the Gondiya Police station as suicide. However, victim family protested against the death of the boy saying the death of the student was a murder case and lodged a complaint with the Manipur Government to conduct an enquiry.
Following the complain from the victim family, state Government constituted a fact finding team comprising four officials of Manipur Government including University and Higher Education Director C Arthur, IAS, Th Oliver Monsang OSD (RUSA and CC), University and Higher Secondary, Deputy Director (CTE) Dr Bhabeshor Tongbram and P Dhanakumar, IPS, SP (SIT). Secretariat, Higher and Technical Education, Government of Manipur issued an order and sent the fact finding team to Maharashtra for investigation.
During the two days visit, the team is expected to hold talk with the District Magistrate, SP of Gondiya district, Teachers and students of the Engineering college to find out the clues behind death of the student. The team will submit a report to the state Government by December this year.