November 27, 2021

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Suffering is high in Sikkim

The “human tragedy” may be a new victim in Sikodimi after a clash between two people that left 53 people dead from Monday to Tuesday night.

According to some reports, the victim will be a homeless person accustomed to Rs. He is thought to have survived an earlier attempt to oust him following Mr Jiang’s arrest. His appearance on the second murder charge was adjourned to Friday as chaos and unrest erupted before a judge on Tuesday afternoon.

Photo by QMI, Roger Cognon

The death comes on the heels of the death of another man who set himself on fire in front of police on Race Street in September, the director of the Sikodimi Homeless Reception Center said, “overflowing. Mug.”

“This is clearly an expression of the plight of these people,” says Michael Saint-Kelois, who has seen an increase in calls for help.

Photo by QMI, Roger Cognon

Bleeding was observed

On Tuesday the play was played near the counters of Guys Desjardins and DT Bank, which occasionally serves as a haven for the homeless. A window was broken and traces of blood were visible in the surroundings.

At 3:15 a.m. the victim was found bleeding and “half conscious”, his death was announced at the hospital, and the attacker was arrested a few minutes later.

Photo by QMI, Roger Cognon

A section of Race Street was closed for a day to allow investigators to do their work. Personal items found on the park bench were found by police.

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“There are cameras everywhere, on Racine Street, in the city center,” explains Bruno Carmier, a spokesman for the Sakune Police Department.

The altercation took place near the Kayes Desjardins and DT Bank counters on Monday to Tuesday night.  A window was broken.

Photo by QMI, Roger Cognon

The altercation took place near the Kayes Desjardins and DT Bank counters on Monday to Tuesday night. A window was broken.

The growing problem

Without confirming the thesis report of the dispute between the homeless, the latter admits that cases of homelessness or mental health are on the rise.

“It’s obvious, we can see it on the ground.

“We lived in a time of debt, and unfortunately that time is over,” laments Michael Saint-Kelois. “We said we were lucky to avoid such situations. Our services are constantly overflowing and our interventions are always urgent,” he added, stressing the urgency of the situation.

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