Police on duty between Mao to Kangpokpi needs appreciations

Police on duty between Mao to Kangpokpi needs appreciations

Police on duty between Mao to Kangpokpi needs appreciations

Written By: / Articles / Wednesday, 14 September 2022 17:41

May be it was a coincident, eye witness accounts in between Mao to Kangpokpi along the National High Way 2 show N. Biren Singh’s government serious concern in the implementation of Inner Line Permit System regulated under the Eastern Bengal Frontier Act. In addition to this, feeling of security to travelers along this route has been felt except that the road portion is not so convenient, as many parts of High Way are under construction. The credit simply goes to the state police of both Senapati district and the Kangpokpi district.
At Mao gate State police strictly monitor the non-locals who entered the state while issuing the permit. After permit were issued following verifications of the entry permit, police at around 4/5 different location checked if any has been deported without proper valid permit for entry to the state. Mobile patrolling team of the state police of both Senapati and Kangpokpi district were seen parked and guarding the high way at this portion of road. Earlier, that is around 7/8 years ago travelers showed many local goons on the road some donating from the buses. But due to the presence of the state police at various places passengers felt a feeling of security. Moreover, in this few years the attitude of the police personnel has changed a lot. They treated every passengers both outsiders and the natives with courtesy.
Saying so we in the Imphal Times still felt that the ILPS being regulated in the state needs to be strengthened. There are certain provision like definition of the native people has not been provided and the need of introduction of base year is still fishy as the state is still yet to implement the National Registered for Citizenship in Assam models.
As per information from the checking gate at Mao in Senapati district. Around 150 to 200 outsiders entered the state with ILP on daily basis.
This writing is an appreciation to the State police of both Senapati district and Kangpokpi district for their sincere duty in making the ILPS a more success regulation for protection of the indigenous people. Hope they continues as the future of the indigenous people lies in their action and duty.

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Rinku Khumukcham

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