BRIEF NEWS: March 05, 2011

3 UG cadres arrested

IMPHAL, Mar 4: A combined security team of Thoubal district police commandos and 28 Assam Rifles troops nabbed two active members of KCP (KK Nganba) working in the finance section of the outfit from Waithou yesterday.

The cadres have been identified as Koijam Imoba alias Chalamba (46) s/o late K Gamndhar Meitei of Bashikhong Panthoibi Bazar and Koijam Ongbi Thoudam Ningol Chaoba Devi (34) w/o Imoba of the same locality.

A press release issued by Thoubal Senior SP said that one Bajaj Calibre (MN-065/3392, red color), one mobile handset and SIM card bearing phone number 9089575467 and a cash of Rs 18,000 were seized from them.

In another incident, the press release added, a team of Thoubal district police commandos and 28 AR troops nabbed one PULF (MI Khan) cadre from Keibung Wangmataba yesterday.

The cadre has been identified as Md Sana Khan (30) s/o late Md Alimuddin of Keibung Wangmataba. One .32 revolver was seized from his possession.

On his disclosure, another cadre of the outfit was arrested at around 8.30 pm yesterday. He has been identified as Md Abdul Hasim alias Ningthem (58) s/o Md Abdullah alias Asei of Keibung Wangmataba.


UKLF clarifies

IMPHAL, Mar 4: Asserting that the Civil Rights Alert (CRA) Chandel is a non-existent organization, the UKLF has refuted the accusations hurled by CRA information and publicity secretary Jathang Haokip to the outfit, as baseless.

A press release issued by the UKLF information and publicity secretary JM Zou maintained it never deducted any percentage from the salaries of teachers.

It also asked all the teachers posted in the hill areas to do their duties sincerely and honestly.

Asserting that the accusation against the UKLF had an ulterior motive to create misunderstanding between the Government and the organization regarding the SoO ground rules, the UKLF asked Jathang Haokip to explain and substantiate his allegations against them.


GAD notifies

IMPHAL, Mar 4: In connection with the scheduled visit of the President of India who will be laying foundation stone of an IT Park at Mantripukhri in addition to inaugurating State Data Centre (SDC) and the State Wide Area Network (SWAN) on March 11 at the IT Park site, GAD Commissioner Norbert Disinang has intimated all officers and Government employees of the Secretariat   to assemble at the IT Park site, Mantripukhri by 9.30 am of March 11 for a public reception of the President.


28 AR Lilong Post saves snake bite victim

IMPHAL, Mar 4: Timely action by personnel of the 28 Assam Rifles, Lilong Post saved the life of a 19 year old lad, who was bitten by a poisonous snake while he was taking a walk near his house yesterday at about 7.50 pm. The lad identified as Md Shahajuddin of Lilong Loumanga was administered anti-venom serum by the medical staff of the Lilong post, 28 AR and later shifted to RIMS hospital. Locals and the family members in particular have extolled the timely action of the personnel in saving the boy’s life.


Locals urge

IMPHAL, Mar 4: Locals have urged the State Government to repair the bridge that connects Moreh Ward No 9 Khunou Leikai and 33KV sub-station. The bridge is in a pitiable condition, they added.


Advocates on strike

IMPHAL, Mar 4: Members of the High Court Bar Association, Manipur began an indefinite cease work strike demanding a separate High Court from today. Lawyers and members of the Bar Association said that they would continue with the strike until the Centre gives concrete assurance to set up a separate High Court for the State.

***(BRIEF NEWS- Courtesy: The Sangai Express)

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