UBPO Requests Investigation of Death of SMCH Nursing Students

UBPO Requests Investigation of Death of SMCH Nursing Students

LAKHIMPUR: United Bodo People’s Organization (UBPO) has severely condemned the unnatural death of Karishma Brahma, a 22-year-old nursing student at Silchar Medical College and Hospital (SMCH). Karishma Brahma was welcomed from the Kokrajhar district and she lived as a paid guest in Ratan Dutta’s residence on Tarani Road.

The body of a nursing student was found hanging in her room on Tuesday. Police officers regained the body after locals informed them, sources said. It was then sent to SMCH for post-mortem analysis. The reason behind her death is still unknown. Through a press release, UBPO urged Assam police to fairly investigate the matter and prevent such types of incidents from occurring in the future.

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