IMPHAL, Mar 2: The 48-hours-bandh imposed by a joint action committee (JAC) protesting against the suspicious death of a man inside the Wangoi Police lock-up affected normal life along the Imphal-Mayang Imphal Road popularly known as Mayai Lambi for the second consecutive day.
All buses plying along the route remained off the road, shops and business establishment remained closed but there was no report of any untoward incident happening during the bandh.
Members of the JAC, family members and locals of the Wangoi staged a protest in Wangoi Makha Leikai demanding the termination of the Officer-in-Charge of Wangoi Police Station and other police personnel involved in the suspicious death of Digbijoy inside the lock up of Wangoi Police Station on 26 February.
On the other hand, the death body deposited at the mortuary of the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) is yet to be claimed.
However, the post mortem of the dead body was conducted on Saturday at the RIMS Morgue in presence of a Magistrate with full video coverage.