Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Home Ministry asks CBI to inquire into death of Rosy Sangma, Samuel Sangma

Union Home Ministry has asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to inquire into the death of Rosy Sangma and Samuel Sangma. The case relates to death of Rosy Sangma in a hospital in Gurgaon on 24th of June this year after she had complained of a medical condition. Later, Samuel Sangma, a relative of Rosy Sangma, suspecting medical negligence, had an altercation with doctors and staff of the hospital.

On 25th June, the Delhi Police received information regarding the death of Samuel Sangma in New Delhi. The family of the deceased has alleged that Rosy Sangma had died due to negligence on part of the hospital. They also attributed some alleged foul play in the death of Samuel Sangma by the hospital personnel.

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