"We will meet the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister and discuss the future course of action," said Tania's father and Arunachal Pradesh legislator Nido Pavitra.

Pavitra also said that he would meet the members of the media and others who have supported them in their hard times.

Nido was allegedly assaulted by shopkeepers on January 29 in south Delhi's Lajpat Nagar market following a row over his appearance and clothing. He died in a hospital the next day.

Following his death, there have been protests in the capital with students and activists from the North East demanding tough anti-racism laws.

(Agencies)

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