Imphal, Feb 25
Family members and locals of Ayekpam Chinglensana, the accused who was arrested in connection with the murder of his wife, slammed the mob who came in support of the deceased and threw slippers to him while producing before the CJM Imphal West.
The deceased Merina was found hung to death in a suspicious manner inside the room of her husband located at Takyel Khongban Maning Leikai, Imphal on early morning of February 13. Maternal side of Merina complains foul play to the death, accusing her husband behind her death.
Police arrested Merina’s husband Ayekpam Chinglensana and his brother Ayekpam Chingthangkhomba for investigation in connection with the death on February 17.
Sister of Chinglensana’s father A.Chitra said that she found a suicide note above a diary on the day of Merina ‘s death when she was taken to hospital and she also found that Merina had cried that evening after her brother came and scolded for something which Chitra did not know, the exact conversation between Merina and her brother and Merina also informed her husband about bad feeling on that day.
Chitra further said that the mobile phone which had been used by Merina before her death was still at her maternal home which was taken on the day of her death at hospital and she continued that some sorts of clue should had been traced from the mobile .And there were a case 5 years ago of missing of Merina for 3 days but the family of Merina brought her and hand over to Chinglensana on the 3rd day.
‘’If my nephew Chinglensana were the real murderer of his wife Merina then the authority can give due punishment according to his deed’’ said Chitra while during a press conference at Manipur press club today.
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