Yame case given to CBI for speedy justice: GoAP

 

*Hand over Taying case to CBI: AAPSU

ITANAGAR, June 29: Arunachal Pradesh Govt has handed over the case relating to disappearance and subsequent death of a student Toko Yame in Tawang last year to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

A case No (29/2017 u/s 363/302 IPC) was registered at Tawang police station on 16.09.17 and investigation launched while the mortal remains of the missing boy was recovered on 24.09.017. The case was subsequently transferred to state crime branch (SIT) on 13.10.17.

However, the GoAP, taking note that the case is serious and sensitive in nature besides representations were received from the public, decided to hand over the case to CBI for expediting the investigation process and for ensuring delivery of justice to the bereaved family members.

In a letter to the CBI, state home commissioner has informed that on basis of recommendation of DGP and above mentioned reasons, the competent authority has decided to transfer the case to CBI.  Gist of the case and status reports were submitted to the CBI. (PRO)

Meanwhile, AAPSU general secretary Tobom Dai, welcoming the GoAP decision, in a statement said that the investigation should be fast tracked and time bound without any political interference.

He also demanded that the GoAP must handover late Ojing Taying case to CBI as demanded by AESDSU as the case has been languishing for a year without any breakthrough. Itanagar police and SIT should accept their total failure in handling the case, he added.

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