New Delhi, Aug 17: The All Garo Hills Joint Action Committee (AGHJAC) today, Aug 17 met Robin Hibu, the special commissioner of Delhi Police at his office in the capital to discuss matters pertaining to racial discrimination of people from the North Eastern states as well as seek an update into the investigation of Rose Sangma and her nephew Samuel Sangma.
Rose and Samuel, two people from the Garo community from Nagaland died under mysterious circumstances in the NCR region leading to a huge outcry. Following the furore, the union home department has ordered a CBI inquiry into the deaths.
While Rose died in the ALFAA Hospital in Gurugram, Samuel was declared dead by suicide in a hotel in Green Park area of the national capital.
The AGHJAC is represented by NGOs from Garo Hills including the GSU, FAF, GSMC and social activists from the region.
“We have had a serious discussion on both issues and have urged both the Delhi and Gurugram police to speed up the investigation so that the family can get justice,” said adviser of AGHJAC, Roger Benny A Sangma.
The AGHJAC will further meet Union Ministers and the Women’s Commission to escalate the matter and seek justice for the victims.
“We will raise the issue with all the concerned MPs of North Eastern states,” said convenor, Balkarin Marak.
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