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24 hour bandh put normal life to complete halt

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Imphal, Dec 17: At could be term as another Nupi lal, life in Imphal and across the valley region of the state was put to a complete halt after women folk of the region enforced the 24 hour bandh called against government failure to contain   the NSCN-IM in the state.
Since early morning today large number of women folk coame out in the street and stopped all sort of locomotion in the street of Imphal. Even vehicles on rituals ceremony were not allowed to pass by the women folk.
Almost all shops and business establishments in Valley region shuts their shutters in support of the 24 hour bandh. Offices, banks and other entrepreneurs  remain closed.
The bandh is called by the 4 women bodies of Khwairamband Keithel in protest against the government inaction to the NSCN-IM cadres who are responsible to the killing of 3 Security forces along Imphal Moreh road on the previous day.
Women folk with sticks on their hand were seen almost at every places here in Imphal imposing the 24 hour bandh.
At Jiribam too the 24 hour bandh called by the women folk had affected normal life completely.
Bandh supporters today vandalize 4 vehicles which were coming towards Imphal and Tamenglong. The report said that 3 vehicles bearing registration number AS 11 CC 1391, AS 11 BC 6096 ad AS 11 BC 6370 were vandalised by the bandh supporters at Gulathon area. The vehicles were heading towards Tamenglong.
The report said that due to the bandh a total of 378 loaded vehicles are stranded at Jiribam. Among these 28 trucks are oil tanker vehicles. 
At Thoubal district, large number of women folk came out in the street and place symbolic coffin of the three police personnel in the middle of the road and halted all sort of vehicular movements.
At Wangjing too women folk enforced the bandh. At Bishnupur, Moirang and  Nambol area the bandh is stated to be total.

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