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BJP MLA Bishwajit defends stand of arrested colleague MLA Joykishan

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Newly elected BJP MLA of Thongju Kendra Th Bishawjit held a press meet at Manipur Press Club today soon after the arrest of his political colleague Kh Joykishan, BJP MLA, Thangmeiband Kendra and blamed the state government for the unwanted incidents arising in connection with the construction of temporary market shed, alleging that if the state government had built the temporary shed according to the order of the state government made on January 7 suggesting the construction of the temporary shed at Hao Keithel but instead the state government took a hasty decision to build the temporary market shed in the middle of the crowded Thangal bazar.  He further added that Joykishan raised the issue against the governments’ decision for the convenience of the people and that the action of the government to forcibly construct the market shed is cruel and immature politics. He further added that the state government or its spokesperson Okendro has never formally invited any concern parties or individuals about the temporary market shed accept an appeal through a few newspapers and demanded that the state government should clarify targeting and arresting only MLA Kh Joykishan for violation of CRPC 144 as many people are also violating the same act. Th Bishawjit who also met the arrested MLA said that MLA Joykishan would not give-up the struggle at any cost and is ready to go jail, adding that the voice of Joykishan is the voice of the people of the state and the movement would go on. He further added that state government can construct the market shed along the old assembly road or at the backside of Johnstone higher secondary school. 
O Joy who was also present at the press meet said that the state government must put a stop to the present construction activities and take a decision after discussing the issue with the two parties to solve the problem. 

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