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NGOs appeal to NSCN-K to release FCI officers
Correspondent IMPHAL, Sept 3:
Published on 3 Sep. 2010 11:33 PM IST
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Civil organisations based in Senapati are on hectic effort to secure safe release of two officials of the Food Corporation of India (FCI) kidnapped by suspected NSCN (K) cadres from Senapati district headquarters on last Tuesday.
Meanwhile, a highly reliable source said that civil organisations are trying to secure the safe release of Laishram Ibomcha of Thambalkhong under Imphal east district and Elangbam Pishak of Hiyanglam Awang Leikai under Thoubal district who were abducted by the militant group. On the other hand, the Naga Peoples Organisation (NPO), through local media houses’ has appealed the NSCN-K to release the two FCI officials unharmed. They have appealed to the NSCN-K to released the two officials without any harm”.
The whereabouts of the Superintendent Engineer kidnapped by cadres of a Kuki based militants is also yet to be traced, police said.
In an unrelated, the Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR) today expressed extreme concerned alleged violence committed against the Nagas by valley based armed underground groups in Mapao Khullen in Senapati district on August 31 last.
NPMHR conducted a field visit to Mapao Khullen, Senapati district on Friday to record events that occurred in the village on the evening of August 31 in which more than 30 males from the village were physically assaulted by suspected cadres of the KCP (MC) group, NMHR stated in a statement.
Meanwhile, this correspondent has regretted the error reported under the caption “three government officers kidnapped in Manipur”. It should have been mentioned that the suspected kidnappers are NSCN-K instead of NSCN-IM as reported earlier.

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