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‘Anjuman’ in trouble after a person picked-up by them found dead in custody

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Imphal, May 4: Anjuman, the organization which has been spearheading campaign against anti social activities in Lilong area today landed in trouble after a person picked up by them died in their custody today morning. Following the death of the youth large number of people in Lilong area condemning the incident urged law enforcers to take action against Anjuman.
Report said, volunteers of Anjuman Lilong picked up a truck driver identified as Md. Imamuddin (age 35) son of Md Hajiruyajuddin of Lilong Heinou Makhong in connection with the missing of some gold belonging to an important member of Anjuman. The gold was reportedly shipped through his truck from Guwahati some days back. The truck belongs to one Hajir Raja of Lilong Haoreibi Makha leikai.
The report added that the deceased was kept in the custody of Anjuman for around 4 days and all of a sudden he was taken to Public Hospital at Hatta in Imphal East by the volunteers of Anjuman at around 7.30 am. However, doctors at Public Hospital declared the person to have been brought dead.
Following the dead of the truck driver large number of people today organized a public meeting at Lilong Haji Masajid ground at around 4 pm. Details of the meeting could not be known at the movement, however, the air there smell unfriendly for the anti drug body. People are angry with the excess of the Anjuman and some had already demanded legal action against the organisation.

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