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6 militants arrested from different places
IMPHAL, DEC 27 (PTI/ Correspondent):
Published on 28 Dec. 2010 12:02 AM IST
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Six militants, including a couple, of different banned outfits have been arrested yesterday in separate search operations in Manipur, the police said today. Three members of the People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) were arrested from by police commandos from Uripok, Lamlong and Laphupat tera in Imphal West and Bishenpur districts.
The three were identified as M Ibomcha (36), W Romen (34) and N Indrajit (41), the sources said adding that one 9mm pistol and some ammunitions were seized from the possession of Indrajit. In another search operation, two activists of the Kangleipak Communist Party-Military Task Force were arrested from Langthabal area in Imphal West district by commandos. The two -- Md Abdul Salam (35) and Rashida Bibi (27) – are married. The sources said a member of the United National Liberation Front (UNLF) identified as Ch Jiten alias Chingtham (32) was arrested from Thongju area in Imphal West district. All the arrested militants were being interrogated.
Meanwhile, a driver was killed and his helper seriously injured when a rice-loaded truck they were in fell into a gorge in Tamenglong district of Manipur, police sources said today.
The truck, which was coming from Jiribam to Imphal along NH-53 fell into the gorge at a place between Awang Khul and Noney in the district yesterday killing Y Ingo (25) on the spot.
His helper and second driver N Temba (18) was seriously injured and was hospitalised, the sources said. The body of Ingo has been handed over to his family after post mortem.
In another unrelated incident, a labour has been kidnapped by three suspected militants in connection with a monetary demand of Rs five lakh from the contractor who is the son of former Manipur Legislative Assembly speaker. The labour identified as Md Abdullah (40) was kidnapped by three armed youths at gunpoint on December 25 from Laingoubi Chingjin. According to police, kidnappers demanded Rs five lakh to the contractor for unharmed release of the labour.

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