Imphal Aug 19,
Protest against the mysterious death of Babysana still continues. Today 10 JAC members staged rally hunger strike at the waiting shed opposite to the western gate of DM College, Thangmeiband.
The protestors were disrupted by the police personnel claiming that the area was under CrPC 144.
Later, the protestors shifted their place at Thangmeiband Meisnam Leikai and continue the protest.
Speaking to media persons President of Ema Konthounganbi Meira Paibi M. Ibeyaima strongly condemned the police brutalities and also their actions which disrupt the peaceful democratic protest staged against the mysterious death of Babysana.
She stressed that the public won’t believed that a girl died hanging inside a dormitory living together with 37 students.
All they need to do is to find the culprit, hasten the investigation and clear the doubt the public have, she added.
Ibeyaima further urged the government to prove their works with actions and added that no process of CBI was initiated even after a month.
She concluded that they will continue to protest till dead even though police halted and disrupt their protest.
Meanwhile students of Saviour English Higher Secondary School Sanakeithel also staged sit-in-protest demanding justice to Babysana.
Also students of ATM School Lamding Cherapur Thoubal District marched rally in connection with the mysterious death of Babysana also demanding justice. Later the students staged sit-in-protest at the gate of the school.
Yesterday night Meira Paibis marched Meira rally at various places. Police personnel intervened and halted the rally. At Singjamei a woman protestor was injured by tear gas shell fired by police to dispersed the protestors. The injured woman was identified as L. Sobita from Chingamakha Liwa road.
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