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Mizo bodies meet GRP SP over students� death

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GUWAHATI, June 9 - A delegation of Mizo organisations today called on the Superintendent of Police of Government Railway Police (GRP) in connection with the recent death of two Mizo students at Panikheti, urging him to expedite the investigation into the case.

�They also urged the investigators to look into all angles so that the victims� kin get justice,� sources said.

The two students � R Lalmalsawna and C Lalhmangaihsanga (both 24 years of age) � hailing from the same locality of Lunglei in Mizoram were studying at the Downtown University. Their bodies were found along the railway tracks at Panikheti.

�Though the first impression was that they were hit by a train, we have not yet concluded the case. We are seeing all possible angles. People are being interrogated. The case involves two states. The Chief Minister has also expressed concern. We are trying our best,� GRP sources said.

As the incident triggered reactions within the Mizo community here and in the neighbouring state, the Assam government had ordered an inquiry into the incident. The inquiry is being conducted by Principal Secretary (Higher Education) Ajay Tewari.

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Mizo bodies meet GRP SP over students� death

GUWAHATI, June 9 - A delegation of Mizo organisations today called on the Superintendent of Police of Government Railway Police (GRP) in connection with the recent death of two Mizo students at Panikheti, urging him to expedite the investigation into the case.

�They also urged the investigators to look into all angles so that the victims� kin get justice,� sources said.

The two students � R Lalmalsawna and C Lalhmangaihsanga (both 24 years of age) � hailing from the same locality of Lunglei in Mizoram were studying at the Downtown University. Their bodies were found along the railway tracks at Panikheti.

�Though the first impression was that they were hit by a train, we have not yet concluded the case. We are seeing all possible angles. People are being interrogated. The case involves two states. The Chief Minister has also expressed concern. We are trying our best,� GRP sources said.

As the incident triggered reactions within the Mizo community here and in the neighbouring state, the Assam government had ordered an inquiry into the incident. The inquiry is being conducted by Principal Secretary (Higher Education) Ajay Tewari.