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The Supreme Court on Monday will hear the plea filed by Irom Chitra Devi, seeking protection to her family after her son, Irom Roger, was allegedly killed in 2011 in a road rage case by Ajay Meetai, the son of present Manipur Chief Minister, N Biren Singh.
Irom Chitra Devi had moved the apex court seeking protection in the case.
The victim, Irom Roger, was allegedly killed in 2011 when he did not allow Meetai's SUV to take over.
On May 22, a division bench of the apex court, headed by Justice L Nageswar Rao and also comprising Justice Navin Sinha issued notices to the Centre and the Manipur Government, upon the plea filed by the parents of Irom Roger in this case.
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