BBMF demands CBI probe into death of Garo duo

Shillong, July 7: The Bongo Bhashi Mahasabha Foundation – Meghalaya chapter has demanded a CBI probe into the recent death of two Garo youth who are residents of Dimapur, Nagaland.
It may be noted here that Rosy Sangma, an air hostess by profession, hailing from Dimapur Nagaland was admitted to one Alpha Hospital at Gurugram (Haryana) following complaints of severe pain in the left hand and the left leg. She was taken to the hospital by her nephew Samuel Sangma and her brother Albert. Upon arrival at the hospital, she was shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the said hospital. She was declared dead the next day. Her death has raised several doubts involving the hospital staff and other concerned authorities.
Subsequently, Samuel had informed two North East students unions and released a previously shot video of hospital events on social platforms. He decided to stay back in Delhi to seek justice for his aunt. As ill luck would have it, Samuel returned to his room in Safdarjung (Delhi). When several calls from his parents went unanswered, his parents called up his associates who went to his room only to find his body hanging by the ceiling fan.
Stating that prima facie, Samuel’s death of Samuel did not appear by suicide (as has been claimed) and that his body bore injury marks, the BBMF has demanded that the case probed by the CBI.
“The Sangma family had suffered a double tragedy within 24 hours. The Gurugram Sector 10 Police, the Delhi Police and a Special Investigation Team have begun with their investigations. The people hailing from the North Eastern region of the country, working and studying in different parts of the country face various racial prejudices which is not unknown to all,” the BBMF stated today.
Meanwhile, the BBMF Meghalaya Chapter has expressed its solidarity with the Sangma family of Dimapur and all the others who are seeking justice for Rosy Sangma and Samuel Sangma. “We shall be following the case until justice is served to the deceased and their families. A detailed representation has been sent to the following authorities for immediate action,” it added.