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Pul assures help in bringing back Doye’s mortal remains

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 April 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, April 28: Aruchal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul on Wednesday mourned the death of Marnya Doye, a 22-year-old lady who, was reportedly found dead in Raigad, Maharashtra on Tuesday. Grieving the demise, the CM expressed shock that a young life’s dreams and hopes have been cut short by the tragic incident.

Doye, from Seren village in East Siang district, is the daughter of Kimar Doye and has a diploma in hotel magement and was working in Sai City agency. She also worked as a receptionist at a hotel in Raigad earlier, reports CMMC.

According to sources, the deceased bore a ligature mark around her neck and post mortem is being carried out at J J Hospital in Mumbai.

The chief minister is in constant touch with the relatives of the victim and has assured to help in bringing back the mortal remains to the state.

He informed that the state government is also in touch with the Maharashtra government and had urged the latter for a thorough investigation into the incident.

Meanwhile, a team of Galo Students’ Union (Apex) led by its president Binya Ronya called on deputy chief minister Kameng Dolo at his official residence and submitted a memorandum seeking the state government’s help in bringing back the mortal remains of one Marnya Doye from Mumbai.

The union also asked the minister to take up the matter with the Maharashtra government so that a proper investigation can be initiated into her death.

Informing the deputy CM in detail about the tragic incident and while recounting growing instances involving Aruchalees outside the state, the GSU appealed the people especially the students and the youngsters working in other states to be cautious in their day to day life.

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