After the partially decomposed body of an Assam third year student was found in the hostel of IIT Kharagpur, Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma wrote a letter to Mamata Banerjee requesting a detailed investigation into the matter.

The body was found in his dorm room after authorities broke open the locked door. This is the second death of an IIT student in a week. A 20-year-old fifth-year B.Tech student of IIT Guwahati committed suicide and his body was found hanging in his room on October 10.

Sarna, in his letter, sought Banerjee’s intervention for a thorough investigation into the death of Faizan Ahmed, an IIT Kharagpur student from Tinsukia, Assam.

His parents, on seeing his body, filed a case with the Kharagpur local police requesting an inquiry from the Superintendent of Police, Pashim Medinipur, West Bengal, and the Inspector General of Kharagpur City Police Station. His parents claim that there was a conspiracy behind Ahmed’s death.

In view of this, Chief Minister Dr. Sarma has sent a letter to his West Bengal counterpart Mamata Banerjee seeking her intervention to conduct a thorough investigation to reveal the truth that led to the death of the intelligent student, whose untimely demise has sent a deep sense of grief across the state. .

Meanwhile, a Banaras Hindu University (BHU) student committed suicide. The student studied LL.M from the institute and was a post-graduate student at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. A student who lived in BSU’s Ambedkar Hostel is recognized as Prem Shankar.

Before his death, he left a status on his WhatsApp: “Goodbye everyone… sorry.” The status was updated at 00:37 and around 01:30 his friends informed the police and the hostel administration. When a student’s dormitory room was broken into, he was found hanged.

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