Centre wrong in perceiving my movement as suicide attempt: Sharmila

Centre wrong in perceiving my movement as suicide attempt: Sharmila Irom Chanu Sharmila today said the Central government seems to have mistaken her hunger strike demanding repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act as an attempt to suicide.The anti-AFSPA crusader left for the national capital today, in connection with her October 30 and 31 court appearances. She was accompanied by two police personnel, a doctor and two nurses.Sharmila will be appearing before the court of Metropolitan Magistrate, Patiala House in connection with case filed under FIR No 222/06 under IPC section 309 (attempt to commit suicide) filed by the Parliament Street Police Station.Speaking to media persons at the Tulihal Imphal Airport before being led into the airport building, she said the government mispercei...
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