Agartala: After Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma and several other leaders from Northeast India condemned the ‘mysterious’ death of two residents of Dimapur, Nagaland in Gurugram, Tripura royal scion and Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA) chairman Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman has now expressed concern over the incident.
Taking to social media, Deb Barman said that the suspicious death of Rosy Sangma and Samuel Sangma in Gurgaon needs to be addressed at the earliest. He also said that he would speak with and write to Union home minister Amit Shah and Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar in this regard.
“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 .,” he wrote on Twitter.
While Rosy Sangma reportedly died at Alfaa Hospital in Sector-10, Gurugram on June 24 after allegedly consuming ice cream while she was in the ICU, her nephew, Samuel Sangma, later died by suicide at a hotel in Gurugram where he was staying.
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Following the news of the deaths, Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma expressed concern over the incident and offered to extend help to their bereaved family members. Sangma also assured that no stone will be left unturned to unravel the mysterious death.
Earlier, the North East Students’ Organisation (NESO), an umbrella body of several student unions of the region, expressed deep anguish over the incident. It demanded a thorough investigation on both the deaths.
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