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Woman found dead in mysterious circumstances; family members suspect murder

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal June 25,

A woman identified as one Ksh Ongbi Sumita @Ningol (56 years) was found dead in a suspicious manner at Thiyam Konjil in Imphal East. Family members of the deceased lady suspected the death to be murder and points finger to a woman who owe around Rs. 3 lakhs for buying jewelry item. A JAC formed in connection with the alleged murdered demanded arrest and punishment of the culprits behind the murder and refused to accept the dead body until the demands are fulfilled.

As per disclosure by family members, the deceased Ksh (o) Sumita wife of Ksh Deven from Brahmapur Bheigyabati Leikai was called out by one Laimayum Sangita @ Amubi (30 years) wife of L. Indra @ Tomba from Thangapat Konung Leikai for paying back a sum of Rupees 3 lakhs at which she owe to her for buying jewelry items.

Talking to media persons, Dwijendra Ksh who is the brother-in-law of the deceased lady said that the Laimayum Sangita @ Amubi called the deceased Sumita around at 3.30 pm yesterday. He added that husband of Amubi L. Indra came to the deceased house around 9 pm to enquire about his wife stating that his wife and the deceased Sumita went together.

Later, Indra informed through telephone that the deceased Sumita met an accident at Thiyam Chingjil.

Dwijendra said when visited the spot they found Sumita’s lifeless body in a suspicious manner. He alleged the death as a case of murder.

“She was strangulated and murdered, the white pleasure two wheeler vehicle bearing registration number MN 01L-7321 which the deceased travelled didn’t have any scratches mark lacking the evidence of any accident.

Dwijendra further alleged that his wife was murdered by Amubi and her husband along with the help of some others in order not to pay back the loaned amount.

He added that few other jewelry items which the deceased took along with her was also found missing.

Dwijendra further added that they will not take the body until the persons involve in the murder of Ksh (o) Sumita was arrested.

He also said that the accused Amubi came on 23 June assuring to pay back the money on the next day.

It can be mention that a JAC was also formed against the brutal murder of Ksh (O) Sumita and a memorandum demanding the arrest of the culprit within 48 hours and video coverage of the post-mortem was also given to the MLA of Yaiskul and also to Imphal East Superintendent of Police.

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