Imphal, Sept 26
Students of St. Patrick English School, Thangmeiband Meisnam Leikai, Imphal today stage black badge protest near their school and paid floral tributes to the departed soul of N. Babysana, who was found dead in her hostel room on July 18 this year.
JAC formed against the death and the family members of late Babysana has been demanding handing over of the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as they have lost faith in the state police department.
Father of late Babysana, Ningthoujam Tomchou while talking to media said that the last rite (Lanna Thouram) of Babysana will only be performed after the CBI takes the case and started investigation over the mysterious death to award befitting punishment to the culprits.
Convenor of the JAC formed against the dead of Babysana while talking to media persons said that as per assurance from the government for handling over of the case to CBI, the JAC has been suspending the agitation for some time waiting the government action. However, as the matter seems to be neglected, the JAC is left with no option but to continue the agitation in an intensified way.
On the other hand, the JAC also questioned the government authority on how the parallel school which does not have proper permission from the government authority is allowed to open.
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