September 20th, 2015
Disclaimer: At this stage we request everyone, not to draw any conclusions as we have only Ishita's version of the story. We request appropriate authorities and mainstream media to look into the case.
A lot of our community members messaged us and asked to cover the story of Ishita Arora. As soon as we came across her post, we messaged to Ishita for more details and are awaiting a response. Ishita claims she has all the evidence against those who tortured and killed her mother.
Seeing the urgency of the situation we request the mainstream media to look into the issue as soon as possible. We also request everyone, if you have any details associated with this case, please let us know.
Here’s what Ishita Arora has posted on her Facebook timeline –
“MY MOTHER WAS KILLED
Dr. Sunita Arora, my revered mother and a Doctor since last 30+ years in Samalkha (Panipat, Haryana) was killed yesterday night by 5 Government Officials and Doctors of Panipat. We have the evidences of physical torture, eye-witness and camera recording against the Murderers. Yet No Goverment Official is arresting the killers. I would be highly greatful to each and every one who will help me reach this message to the highest officials of the GoI and help us arrest the killers. Please share this post on your wall and spread the message like fire. WE DESERVE JUSTICE.”
Here’s a news report by The Tribune. According to Tribune:
Her Mother is a lady doctor and died during a raid conducted by the Health Department authorities at her clinic in Samalkha, on 18th September. Health Department team raided the clinic last night on a tip off that an illegal abortion was being carried. After talking to a woman at the clinic, the team started questioning BAMS Dr Sunita, who reportedly collapsed, said Samalkha DSP Gorakhpal Rana.
*At this stage, we request everyone to not to draw any conclusions as we have just Ishita’s version of the story. We request local officials and mainstream media to look into the case.
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