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Special Investigation Team constituted to probe Nido Tania's death

Feb 4, 2014 10:10 IST

Nido TaniaSpecial Investigation Team (SIT) has been constituted by the Delhi Police to investigate the death of Nido Tania, the student from Arunachal Pradesh, who died after being allegedly beaten up by some shopkeepers in South Delhi in January 2014.


The SIT would work under the direct supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of Police, South-East, P Karunakaran. Police also said that the finalization of the investigation will be done depending upon the report filed by the Medical Board for forensic examination that has been constituted in AIIMS.

Till now, six persons have been identified by the police of whom two of them are juveniles. Police has already arrested three accused people. Apart from this the police are hunting for the rest of the three persons suspected to have been involved in the attack in nearby states of Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

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Police has claimed that Tania was left by the police officials over to a friend of his family after his visit to a police station. He was not assaulted for the second time by the shopkeepers as it is alleged by the relatives and friends of Tania.

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