Toko’s father questions role of police

SEPPA, Oct 2: Koya Yame questioned the role of police officers of Tawang Police Station during a candlelight march on September 30 for his son, Toko Yame, who was found dead in Tawang on September 24 following a group clash.
Addressing a gathering of supporters at Seppa on the evening of September 30, Koya also demanded release of the post mortem report of his son and immediate conviction of the alleged culprits who are under the custody of the Tawang district police.
Organisers of the candlelight march, the Students United Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA),
East Kameng district unit demanded capital punishment or exemplary punishment for the culprit(s) involved in the murder of the school boy, CBI inquiry to unearth the facts behind the alleged murder of the school boy, besides demanding that no political tactics be used in the incident. It also demanded immediate circulation of post mortem report of Toko.
Following a group clash between the students of Tawang Higher Secondary School and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) on September 16, Toko had gone missing. His body was found on September 24 after extensive search operations at the Biga Bridge Waterfall, near the JNV campus in Tawang.