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Body of Meghalaya cop exhumed

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SHILLONG, Feb 13 � A Special Investigation Team (SIT) exhumed the body of Meghalaya Police official PJ Marbaniang in Umpling cemetery this morning and carried out an autopsy.

Forensic doctors from North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Science (NEIGRIHMS) conducted the autopsy from 10 am till 4 pm, Vivek Syiem, SP (City), who is monitoring the SIT, said.

The exhumation was necessary after the Police registered a murder case in the death of Marbaniang and a SIT was instituted to probe the death.

Marbaniang was found mysteriously shot inside his official quarter in Patharkhmah on January 24, a day after detaining 32 coal-laden trucks plying illegally on the Patharkhmah route.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has assured the SIT would carry out its work professionally and come out with its report within 90 days. He further said that it was not necessary for the CBI to investigate the case as the State police was competent enough.

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Body of Meghalaya cop exhumed

SHILLONG, Feb 13 � A Special Investigation Team (SIT) exhumed the body of Meghalaya Police official PJ Marbaniang in Umpling cemetery this morning and carried out an autopsy.

Forensic doctors from North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Science (NEIGRIHMS) conducted the autopsy from 10 am till 4 pm, Vivek Syiem, SP (City), who is monitoring the SIT, said.

The exhumation was necessary after the Police registered a murder case in the death of Marbaniang and a SIT was instituted to probe the death.

Marbaniang was found mysteriously shot inside his official quarter in Patharkhmah on January 24, a day after detaining 32 coal-laden trucks plying illegally on the Patharkhmah route.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has assured the SIT would carry out its work professionally and come out with its report within 90 days. He further said that it was not necessary for the CBI to investigate the case as the State police was competent enough.