Arunachal: IRBN Constable Found Dead in Mysterious Circumstances in Changlang

Arunachal: IRBN Constable Found Dead in Mysterious Circumstances in Changlang

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Margherita, July 30, 2019:

Sensation prevailed in Diyun area in Changlang district of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh after the death of a 2nd Indian Rapid Battalion (IRBN) constable within the campus of the Diyun based Branch Head Quarter late night on Sunday.

According to official sources, the deceased was identified as constable Sange Khandu Sinchaji (32). He was on leave that night. His corpse bore several mysterious scars.

Meanwhile the SPs of the nearby districts Changlang, Namsai and Lohit immediately, rushed to the place of incidence and took the stock of the situation.

“The Prima Facia investigation and circumstantial evidence reveals that the incident might have occurred due to excessive intake of alcohol and the victim might have sustained injuries in the mishap,” said Romil Baniya the SP of Changlang adding ' the exact nature of the incident could be ascertained only after the medical postmortem which was being carried out at Diyun CHC'.

However, the MLA of the concerned Assembly segment Somlung Mossang expressed concern on the security aspects of every working government individual. Terming the loss as "irreparable", Mossang while extending his solidarity and concern towards the grief stricken wife and two minor children, assured the bereaved family members of conducting impartial inquiry into the case terming 'every human life is a valuable asset for his family and society, and as such the reason of the immature death of a government employee must surface '.

Meanwhile, the post mortem was being conducted at Diyun CHC till filling the report. The local MLA Somlung Mossang have provided assistance of an amount of Rs 50,000 to the deceased's wife and demanded high level enquiry in this case.

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