Imphal Aug 12,
All India Student’s Federation (AISF) appeals government of Manipur to keep a close eye and resolve the case of Babysana’s death and not to take it lightly.
Stating in a press release signed by Naorem Rebidash Singh, Secretary, AISF/MSC said that the people of Manipur wanted to know the truth behind the death, but it is evident from the current agitations that the government has failed to deliver it. It seems like the government is trying to mislead, which has further angered students’ organisations, Meira Paibi, CSO, JAC, and everyone else. As a result, the number of bandhs, strikes, and agitations have increased. In such a case, the government should take responsibility for its consequences. The government should also know that it might also ruin the career of other students in the school.
The statement said, it appreciate the step of announcing Rules & Regulations for private schools, but it still has not been able to resolve the case. AISF is always there to support the JAC and is ready to face anything for Babysana’s justice.
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