Slain chairman’s son demands to know the person who first reached his dead father


IMPHAL, Jan 14: The family members of the slain chairman of Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BSEM), Dr. Naorem Kunjabihari, strongly condemned the staff of BSEM and also the doctors of RIMS for trying to mislead the family by concealing the facts related to his death.
Speaking to mediapersons today, the son of (late) Dr. Kunjabihari’s son, Naorem Opendro stated the government should out bring out the truth in his father’s mysterious death right inside his office chamber demanding that the person who had first discovered his father should be produced.
He further alleged that his father was killed in a conspiracy by the staff of BSEM.
The wife of the slain chairman stated that the staffs of BSEM informed to the family that her husband suddenly collapsed due to BP stroke inside his office-chamber and so he was admitted to RIMS.
She further said that the family members rushed immediately to the hospital with the hope of saving his life. However, the doctors and the staffs of department tried to conceal the real cause of her husband’s death.
Later, the family members found out that her husband was shot dead and died not because of heart-attack, she added.
She has also drawn the attention of the government to book the culprits as soon possible and appealed to any concerned organization or individual to make clarifications for killing her husband brutally.
Decrying the gruesome killing, the residents of Kakwa Naorem Leikai along with the family members of Dr. Kunjabihari staged a sit-in-protest demonstration at Kakwa Naorem Leikai blocking the NH-39 (Imphal-Moreh Road).
The NH 39 was blocked by the JAC from Kakwa Bazar to Thongju Boroi Makhong. The JAC demanded the state government to handover the case of Kunjabihari’s mysterious death to the CBI.
However, one side of NH-39 was opened by the JAC in public interest from 10:30 am onwards.
The movement of private and passenger vehicles along the NH-39 was severely affected by the road blockade.
Meanwhile, the NH-39 was again blocked at Lilong Bazar by the people of Lilong area demanding the state government to book the van driver who knocked down a youth on bicycle yesterday at around 4:30 pm at Lilong Meitei Lamkhai under Singjamei Police Station.
The deceased person is one Md. Rajauddin, 30, son of Hafijuddin of Lilong Haoreibi Makha Leikai Lairakhong. He is reported to be a trainee of village defence force (VDF).

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