Arunachal Students Union of Chandigarh (ASUC) flays media reports on deceased student
ITANAGAR, Aug 28: Arunachal Students Union of Chandigarh (ASUC) has appealed to the people of Arunachal Pradesh in particular and of Punjab in general not to believe in the ‘concocted’ and self made reports which were published in the dailies of Dainik Bhaskar as the post mortem report is yet to be disclosed. It had published in the news daily stating that the deceased Mona Tatak was a habitual drugs consumer. The said report has severely hurt the reputation of the family members of the deceased in particular and the whole of Arunachal Pradesh. The report highlighting the reason of regular consuming of drugs as a reason of death of the deceased girl is totally baseless; ASUC general secretary Lingdum Kame informed this daily on Tuesday. It has created a wrong impression among the readers of the said daily and thereby on account of that a circulation of wrong information is taking place in the media as well as social media, he informed. He added, when approached the police station about the post mortem report of the deceased on Monday the police informed that it would take more than a month for the final report.