NGO alleges missing woman from Manipur a case of human trafficking

Sagolsem Tolika, aged 59, went missing earlier on November 24, from Delhi when she went to pick up the son of one Kh. Bipin Chandra and his wife R. K Kherodasana from a tuition centre.
NGO alleges missing woman from Manipur a case of human trafficking
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(By Halley Nongmaithem)

IMPHAL

The United Non-Governmental Organisation’s Mission-Manipur (UNM-M) on December 4, alleged that the missing woman from Manipur in Delhi maybe a victim of human or organ trafficking.

Sagolsem Tolika, aged 59, went missing earlier on November 24, from Delhi when she went to pick up the son of one Kh. Bipin Chandra and his wife R. K Kherodasana from a tuition centre.

UNM-M said that a fact-finding team from the organisation visited the residence of Sagolsem Tolika in Manipur, on December 3.

The UNM-M also recalled the missing case of one Pravesh Chanam, aged 22 years who went missing on the night of September 8, 2017, after he along with his three friends went for a music concert at the National Capital Region (NCR).

Pravesh Chanam was said to be admitted to BR Ambedkar hospital, and that he slipped from the hospital on September 9, 2017. Chanam was found lying dead near a market the same day.

Police cremated the body without ascertaining his identity on September 13, 2017, after conducting his postmortem examination.

UNM-M has urged the state government and concern authorities to investigate into Tolika’s case seriously.

(Edited by Gabriel G Momin)

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