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Death of Chingkhei: Handover case from Mayang Imphal PS to other station, demands victim's father

Shamom Sanjit said that her daughter died in very suspicious manner on May 21. In connection with it, a complaint was lodged the following day at Mayang Imphal Police station and the investigation started but the way it was carried out was not satisfactory, Sanjit said.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 28 Apr 2022, 10:59 am

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Shamom Sanjit, father of (L) Shamom Ningol Ningthoujam (Ongbi) Chingkheinganbi alias Chingkhei, has demanded to the authorities concerned to handover the alleged death case of her daughter from Mayang Imphal Police station to other station that can bring justice without any bias.

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During a press conference at Manipur Press Club on Wednesday by JAC against the murder of Chingkhei Mishi, Arong Khun, Shamom Sanjit said that her daughter died in very suspicious manner on May 21. In connection with it, a complaint was lodged the following day at Mayang Imphal Police station and the investigation started but the way it was carried out was not satisfactory, Sanjit said.

“The enquiry was carried out by Mayang Imphal Police station in presence of both me and my son-in-law (Chingkhei’s husband). The concerned authorities had raised so many insensible questions and it was one sided in nature. I strongly opposed their process of investigation,” Sanjit stated and appealed to the authorities concerned that the investigation is carried out by another police station which is capable of bringing justice without any bias.

Convenor of the JAC, Loukrakpam Amar said that they had served the deadline to give the post mortem report of Chingkheingambi on or before April 27. The authorities concerned had failed to accomplish their demand and as a result various agitations and movements would be launched soon in association with local club, Meira Paibi and various civil voluntary organisations, the Convenor informed.

Victim’s father Sanjit narrated that Chingkheingam was in his home for almost three years as her relationship with her husband was not good. Husband of Chingkheinganbi, Ningthoujam Bijando, 27, from khodrak Awang Leikai used to torture her most of the time when he was drunk.

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Such instances compelled the victim to come back home (paternal home), the father informed. Later, the couple reconciled and settled together from last February. He didn’t get the opportunity to have proper communication with his daughter since the day she left his home, he informed.

Sanjit said that he got a phone call from Chingkheinganbi’s neighbour on April 21 evening informing that his daughter was not feeling well. Immediately, along with his wife, he rushed to Raj Medicity where the hospital declared that the victim was brought dead.

He expressed that his daughter died in a very suspicious manner. As such, the authorities concerned should deliver the right justice, he demanded.

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First published:28 Apr 2022, 3:41 am

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