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Teenage student found dead with still-born baby

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Thoubal, March.20: A teenage girl student set to appear the class XII exam conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) starting today was found dead early today morning with a still born baby beside her. What is more shocking is that the umbilical cord of the still born baby was found connected with its dead mother.
Both the dead bodies of the teenage mother and the infant were found inside a pond at Irengband under Kakching Police Station.
The deceased has been identified as Laitonjam Sanalembi Chanu ( age 18) daughter of L. Rohidas @ Inaobi of Irengband Hawairou Laibung leikai.
According to family members, the girl was a student of Kakching Higher Secondary School preparing to appear the class XII Science examination which starts today.
She reportedly went out of her home yesterday evening. Family members assumed her to have eloped with her boyfriend and have been waiting for traditional formalities from the groom’s family.
However, after report about a death body found inside a pond not far from her home they went to the site where her slipper was found near the pond. The body was later fished out of the pond and family members identified the deceased teenager. Shocking part is that a still born infant with the umbilical cord still attached to its mother was also found.
Police team had registered a case against the incident and the death body has been deposited at RIMS morgue.
The family member seems to know the identity of the boyfriend of the deceased and as per report reaching here the boyfriend is now absconding.

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