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Case involving Morangthem Anand Singh shifted to Delhi’s NIA Special Court

‘More report files on transnational conspiracy from Myanmar side’

by Rinku Khumukcham
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In a significant development that could intensify concerns for residents, the case involving Morangthem Anand Singh, among others, has been moved to the Special Judge (NIA) at Patiala House Court, Delhi.
The order, dated 24th October 2023, pertains to the case: State (Porompat PS, Imphal East, Manipur) vs. Moirangthem Anand Singh & others, in conjunction with the National Investigation Agency against Hangshi Tangkhul and others.
As per the document, the NIA’s Special Public Prosecutor highlighted that, in adherence to the MHA order F. No. 11011/66/2023-NIA dated 19th July 2023, a case was initiated at the NIA Headquarters, New Delhi. The case, filed under FIR No. RC-23/2023/NIA/DLI on the same date, cites violations of sections 120B, 121A, and 122 of the IPC, along with sections 18, 18B, and 39 of the UA(P) ACT, 1967.
The core of the offence revolves around an alleged transnational conspiracy. Leaders of terror groups based in Myanmar, who are operational in North Eastern Indian states, are accused of plotting to exploit ongoing ethnic tensions in Manipur. Their aim is reportedly to wage war against the Indian Government and further instigate terrorist activities, thereby aggravating the current volatile scenario in Manipur.
The document goes on to state alarming details about the intricate network and actions in play. Reportedly, furthering this sinister conspiracy, the China-Myanmar branch of NSCN/IM situated in Myanmar, directed by leaders Hangshi Tankhul and Absolom Tankhul, has resolved to back the banned terrorist group, Kanglei Yaol Kanba Lup (KYKL). This association, steered by N. Oken, the Chairman of KYKL, and the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) under the guidance of MM Ngouba, the acting President and Chief of Staff of PLA, has designs to sneak their members into Indian territory to orchestrate terrorist activities.
To facilitate these operations, the leadership of NSCN/IM has pledged to provide not only a secure route but also a stockpile of weapons, explosives, and other equipment essential for terror activities to the Manipur-based extremist factions and banned organizations. There’s more: these groups are also commissioned to identify, enlist, and train susceptible young individuals, embedding them into the ongoing conflict. Their overarching ambition is to disrupt the security dynamics in Manipur, culminating in a full-scale confrontation against the Indian Government.

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