Arunachal: Hundreds of people took to the streets against the Changlang murder

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Itanagar: Hundreds of people from all walks of life took part in a protest rally organized by Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) ‘s Tirap Changlang Longding and Namsai Students Union (TCLNSU) here on Friday. Of District.

The protesters demanded the death sentence of both the accused, speeding up of the case and immediate formation of a special investigation team to investigate the case.

Similar protests took place in Bordumsa and Kharsang constituencies of Changlong district on the same day.

Speaking to reporters, Hongkhil Tekhil , general secretary of TCLNSU, claimed that the victim was brutally raped by the two accused and later killed.

He also suspected the involvement of more than two persons in the case and demanded the arrest of the accomplices of the accused.

Former student leader Biru Nasi said loose laws and untimely punishment in the state seem to be increasing the incidence of rape and murder.

He said that immediate decision and severe punishment in such cases would send a strong message that no one would commit such crime in future.

“Lawmakers should not encourage such crimes by delaying justice for victims and their families. Delay in justice is a denial of justice. Therefore, lawmakers should keep a close eye on such crimes,” he said. Said.

Meije Taku , vice-president of the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union, has appealed to the Home Department to intervene immediately so that the accused can be punished according to law.

Changlang Superintendent of Police Mihin Gambo said police received a report of the disappearance on March 11. They then arrested two people on March 27 on charges of kidnapping.

He said that the people had demanded the custody of the accused and the enraged people set fire to the police vehicles parked at the police station when they were told that it was against the law to hand over the two.

Police have confirmed the involvement of Arun Shisku , 24, and Dinesh Mardi, 22, in the case. Both are from Dibrugarh, Assam but work in Kharsang, “he said, adding that efforts were being made to provide justice to the victims as soon as possible.

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