NAMSAI: Demanding justice for late Sangam Namshoom, hundreds of people joined the 'Candlelight March' here on November 18.
The 28-year-old Sangam Namshoom was found dead in a mysterious condition near Digaru in Lohit District on November 14.
The candlelight march was organized by the All Tai Khampti Singpho Students Union (ATKSSU), the All Namsai Area Youth Association (ANAYA), the All Namsai District Students Union, and the Tai Khampti District Society (TKDS). 'The incident is very unfortunate," said the TKDS president Chow Siharaja Choutang. request the law-enforcing agenesis to initiate free and fair investigation in the case; the culprits must be given exemplary punishment."
ATKSSU president Chow Kohana Choupoo said, "We have been receiving reports that our brother — late Sangam Namshoom — was murdered. So, we request the authority concerned to immediately arrest the culprits and constitute a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to solve the case."
Demanding justice, ANAYA president Chow Kyawon Singkai urged the administration to immediately institute an investigation agency to solve the mysterious death case of Late Namshoom. He also said that if the government fails to do so, then the students' union will have to resort to a democratic movement. Earlier, Tezu Deputy Superintendent of Police, Sange Thinley informed that a case has been registered in the Sunpura Police Station under 302 IPC. He also informed that four persons were arrested already, adding that further investigation is still on.