Meghalaya Governor writes to Union Home Minister, seeks justice over mysterious deaths of 2 Garos in Haryana
Meghalaya Governor Satya Pal Malik, on Sunday, wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah seeking justice over the alleged mysterious deaths of two members of a Garo family in Gurugram, Haryana.
According to a statement from a Raj Bhavan official, the Governor of Meghalaya has taken cognizance of media reports and outrage over the unnatural deaths of both the individuals of North East and has taken note of the petition addressed to him on the matter.
The Governor travelled to New Delhi on Sunday. During his stay, he would take up the matter with the authorities concerned for a free, fair, and expeditious investigation into the matter and ensure justice for the deceased, the statement said.
While Rosy Sangma had died on June 24 under suspicious circumstances in a private hospital in Gurugram, her brother Samuel Sangma was found hanging in a room a few days later.
Both of them hailed from Dimapur in Nagaland.
Meanwhile, Parliament Member from Tura Agatha Sangma has also written to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, seeking a proper investigation into the "mysterious" death of Samuel Sangma.
She urged the centre to look into the matter and book the perpetrators of the crime in cognisance with the law of the land so that justice can be delivered to the grieving family members of late Rosy Sangma and Samuel Sangma.
On July 2, the Garo National Council and allied organisations of Kamrup district in southern Assam have also staged a rally at Santipur in Chaygaon constituency to protest against the “mysterious” deaths of Samuel Sangma and his sister, Rosy Sangma, in Gurugram last month.
According to reports, Tripura royal scion and chairman of The Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA), Pradyot Manikya Debbarman, will be writing to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal regarding the 'suspicious' death of the siblings.
(With inputs from PTI)
(Edited by Marvin Kharsohnoh)
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