Tripura royal scion to write to Amit Shah on 'suspicious' death of Rosy and Samuel Sangma
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 Nagaland residents - Rosy and Samuel Sangma in Gurgaon recently.
"The suspicious death of Rosy Sangma and Samuel Sangma in Gurgaon needs to be addressed at the earliest. I assure all my Garo ppl that I will be speaking and writing to HM and (the) Chief Minister of Haryana. We consider our Garo ppl as a part of our indigenous Tiprasa culture," Debbarman tweeted on Friday.
The suspicious death of Rosy Sangma and Samuel Sangma in Gurgaon,needs to be addressed at the earliest . I assure all my my Garo ppl that i will be speaking and writing to HM and Chief minister of Haryana.We consider our Garo ppl as a part of our indigenous Tiprasa culture .— Pradyot_Tripura (@PradyotManikya) July 2, 2021
The death of Rosy and Samuel Sangma had sparked controversies following allegations of foul play, with citizens demanding justice and action against the perpetrators.
Leaders from the Northeast, particularly Meghalaya, a state where Garo is one of the three major tribes, have come out to speak against the "suspicious" death of Rosy and Samuel Sangma.
Samuel was attending to his aunt, Rosy Sangma, at a medical hospital in Delhi, where she (Rosy) succumbed to her brief illness on June 24. Thereafter, Samuel registered a complaint, alleging medical negligence on the part of the hospital. Both of them were residents of Nagaland.
A day later, Samuel was found dead "under mysterious condition" in a hotel in Gurugram where he was staying even as authorities claimed it to be a case of suicide. However, many suspected the case to have been orchestrated.
Recently, Member of Parliament from Tura, Agatha Sanga had written to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, seeking a proper investigation into the "mysterious" death of Samuel Sangma. The MP, through the letter dated June 30, pointed out that Samuel's death under mysterious circumstances raises suspicion of foul play, and therefore, a detailed enquiry was needed.
The other leaders who spoke out against the 'suspcious' death include -- Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma, Meghalaya Leader of Opposition Mukul Sangma and North East Students’ Organisation (NESO).
(Edited by Ibankyntiew Mawrie)
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