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Student’s death shrouds in mystery

Shock and anger grip the people of Assam following the death of Nuprur Kinkor Kashyap in New Delhi which is still shrouded in mystery. The 21 old boy from Biswanath Chariali was found hanging at his hostel room of the Ghaziabad based Institute of Dental Studies and Technology on Sunday night. The authority has called it a suicide case. But the parents of the fifth semester student have refused to read it saying that Nurup was found normal in telephonic conversation when they talked to their son on Sunday evening. The north eastern students in Delhi are equally shocked to have seen it who find it utter mystery to have learnt that Nurur was found dead on Sunday night and his parents were informed on Monday. That too at 1 in the wee hours. His father has already brought back his lifeless son on Tuesday. A section of the north eastern students called it yet another case of racial discrimination which refuses to die down. Amid an aroused anger after the death of Nido Tania, the government set up a panel to study the allegations of racial discrimination to the north east people in the various parts of the country. The MP Bezbaruah panel is believed to have submitted the report. But only to be gathered dust which is why, the recurrence takes place after a brief halt. Will it again touch off a seismic wave of protest?

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