Kohima: Nagaland additional chief secretary (CS) and chief resident commissioner of Nagaland House in Delhi Jyoti Kalash has written to the additional commissioner of police (ACP) of the Special Police Unit for North-Eastern Region (SPUNER) of Delhi Police to expedite the investigation into the mysterious death of two Dimapur residents in Gurugram.
According to an official statement from the Nagaland government, Kalash said a woman named Rosy Sangma died at Alfaa Hospital in Sector 10, Gurugram on June 24, after consuming ice cream while she was in the ICU.
As EastMojo reported earlier, the nephew of the deceased, Samuel Sangma, later died by suicide at a hotel at Gurugram where he was staying.
According to Kalash, both deaths are “mysterious in nature” and the viral videos that has been circulating is “very shocking and disturbing”.
The incident, as per the official, questions the safety and security of the Northeast people in Delhi/Gurugram, where many people from the region work.
Saying that the Nagaland government has expressed deep anguish over the incident, which may cost unrest in Nagaland, in particular and in the entire Northeast, the official requested the additional commissioner of police in-charge of SPUNER to expedite the investigation and bring out the truth behind the mysterious deaths.
The state official further urged that a detailed investigation report must be submitted to his office for onward submission to the Nagaland government at the earliest.
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