Court directs SP Jail to submit medical reports of Landhoni, daughter
Two wardens’ bail prayers rejected
IMPHAL | Aug 20
Chief Judicial Magistrate, Imphal West has directed to submit medical reports concerning the bail prayer filed by principal, Standard Robarth Higher Secondary School, Pheiroijam Landhoni and her daughter, Pheiroijam Ningol Karam (O) Romita Devi in connection to the death of Babysana.
Bail prayers submitted by the wardens of the school hostel, Kamei Ileen and Nongmaithem Jinty were rejected by the court.
Landhoni and her daughter Romita are in judicial custody in connection to the death of Babysana under section 305/34IPC and 75JJ Act, added with 302/420 IPC.
The bail prayer mentioned Landhoni is seriously ill and her daughter Romita is sick with serious chest pain and they require treatment. The bail application claimed that the mother and daughter duo are arrested by the police on mere suspicion and all the allegations against them are contradictory, concocted and cooked up stories and even the charges are contrary against the charged themselves.
Principal Pheiroijam Landhoni in his petition mentioned that she was arrested by the police on suspicion and there is no situation for believing that she committed the crime as alleged in the police story.
She has been put in into the allegation of severe crimes in nature without any proof and it is just of being main functionary in the school management wherein nothing has been established so far. The school management has an organizational structure with given designation assigning the role differently.
Landhoni is the principal of the school and the founder and she was at her residence after the school hour supervising the assigned services to the school staffs, said the petition. It claimed that Police still realised that the cause of death was from hanging.
Romita in her petition submitted that she is a married woman and mother of two children who need care and protection from the mother. She is in judicial custody without any basis and she is implicated for just working in the school whereas nothing has been established against her so far. She is concerned with academic matters only subordinating to those higher ranks. There is no connectivity with school boarding matter to her. She is in condition of treatment as she has chest pain and sick and prayed the court to grant a regular bail of her.
The court after examined the application directs the superintendent police of Shajiwa jail for medical treatment and submit the report within August 24. This is the second bail petition of the duo.
Meanwhile, the court also rejected the bail prayers of the two wardens of the schools who are also in judicial custody.
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