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Manipur Violence: Amit Shah to handle decaying bodies

Manipur Violence: Amit Shah to handle decaying bodiesManipur Violence: Amit Shah to handle decaying bodies

Manipur Violence: The National Federation of Indian Women has written to home minister Amit Shah requesting prompt action on the matter of numerous rotting corpses allegedly found unclaimed and unidentified in a number of Manipur mortuaries.

Manipur Violence: The NFIW emphasises the need to “provide a dignified resting place for the deceased”.

Manipur Violence: The NFIW emphasises the need to “provide a dignified resting place for the deceased, allowing their families to mourn and perform the last rites with the respect and solemnity they deserve.” This includes demanding that a medical board be established with immediate effect to conduct post-mortems and adequate cold storage facilities.

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In the letter, NFIW general secretary Annie Raja requests “immediate constitution of a medical board headed by an independent forensic expert from a reputed medical institute to conduct post-mortem on the dead, including the unidentified dead bodies lying in the mortuaries before pieces of evidence are destroyed.”Manipur Violence: Amit Shah to handle decaying bodies

Manipur Violence: “We kindly request that you set aside the required funds to guarantee that hospitals in Manipur have access to suitable cold storage facilities. Additionally, families of people who are missing and presumed deceased are unable to get in touch with the mortuaries. The letter to the home minister states that the state “may designate an officer who can be contacted and who will facilitate visits by such families to mortuaries under escort/protection and who will enable the process of identification and handing over of dead bodies.”

Manipur Violence: The NFIW calls for actions to guarantee the families of the deceased’s safe transit to Manipur Manipur Violence: Amit Shah to handle decaying bodies

Manipur Violence: The NFIW calls for actions to guarantee the families of the deceased’s safe transit to Manipur so they can claim the corpses of their loved ones and carry out the required and respectable funeral rites. “It is crucial that the bereaved families have the chance to say goodbye to their loved ones quickly, safely, and through arrangements made by the state,” Raja says in his conclusion.

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