Dispose off riot victims' bodies in 2 weeks, Supreme court orders Manipur

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on November 28, 2023
Scotching attempts by certain civil society organisations to fuel tension in Manipur by preventing relatives from claiming bodies of persons killed during the ethnic conflict, the Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the state government to dispose of the bodies stored for months in mortuaries, if the relatives did not claim them in...

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Published on November 28, 2023 -  03:04
Manipur Violence: Unclaimed bodies and family pressure, Panel urges SC intervention | Oneindia
With the bodies of more than half of those killed in Manipur since May 3 lying unclaimed in the state’s mortuaries, the Supreme Court-appointed panel has expressed concern over victims’ relatives facing “pressure” from civil society organisations to not accept the bodies, and urged the apex court to intervene. #ManipurViolence #SC #SCManipurViolence #SCPanelManipurViolence #ManipurViolenceDeadBodies #DeadBodiesUnclaimedManipur #ManipurDeadBodiesUnclaimed #SupremeCourt #ManipurNews #ManipurViolenceNews ~PR.152~ED.194~GR.123~HT.96~

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