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4 KSA volunteers including General Secretary arrested by police

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KSA threatens to launch agitation if not released unconditionally

Imphal, May 27: General Secretary of KSA Sukham Bidyananda, along with 4 other members of the student body were arrested by a team of city police led by City Police OC Sudhir at around 3.30 pm today from the office of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) located at Keishampat Sega Road.
Police source said that the KSA volunteers were arrested for seizing salt packet from a grocery shop located at Keishampat leimajam leikai and from a shop at Thangal Keithel.
The owner of the Grocery Shop at Keishampat leimajam leikai identified as Rajesh kumar Yadav ( aged about 28) son of Binod Yadav of Bihar presently staying at Keishampat Leimajam Leikai and another owner of a grocery shop located at Thangal keithel identified as Dasrat Prasad (48 years) son of late Dinanath Prasad of Telipati in Imphal East were picked up by the student volunteers and paraded before the media persons alleging them for selling adulterated salt packets.
Soon as the press meet begins, the team of city police led by OC Sudhir came to the office and picked up four volunteers including general secretary of KSA Sukham Bidyananda. The other three students picked up by the police are identified as Kh. Sanjoy (Deputy secretary, KSA), L. Rajesh ( Member KSA) and Y. Luwang (members).
Earlier too, the city police team had raided the office of the KSA at around 2 before the students’ office bearers came to the office.
Minutes after the arrest of the 4 student volunteers, HRD Secretary of the KSA, Angouton Khuman speaking to media persons threatened intense form of agitation if the four KSA volunteers were not released unconditionally.
He said, the police instead of checking the selling of adulterated food items the police have been turning to the students’ body that were policing such anti social activities.  

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