Sharmila released, resumes hunger strike

Sharmila released, resumes hunger strike    After having being detained in the judicial custody for over 13 years for allegedly attempting to commit suicide, Anti-Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) activist, Irom Chanu Sharmila on Wednesday was released from JN Hospital security ward, for the first time, free from any charges earlier lodged against her. Sharmila was released around 6.14 pm. She was freed, following a judgement by the Session Court, which ruled that there was not enough evidences to prove that she was attempting to commit suicide and observed that Sharmila’s demand is a political demand through lawful means for repealing a valid Act. Soon after stepping out from the security ward, Sharmila’s first word to the media was “I need mass suppo...
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