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Constable aspirants’ hunger strike enters 3 days

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Imphal, Sept 13: The fast-unto-death protest being underway at Keishampat Leimajam Leikai by candidates who had completed the constable recruitment (Male) DPC for 2013 batch is being left unnoticed by the concerned government authority. 6 candidates began the fast-unto-death protest demanding justice from 10 am of September 10 however, until 3 pm of September 13 no police has come to picked them up which means that the authority is leaving them to die. Normally hunger strikers are picked up and arrested after 48 hours but in their case it is nearing 60 hours and they are left to their own.
Of the six candidates which began the fast-unto-death protest 4 had been sent back by the JAC of the constable appeared candidates but two are still continuing and their health condition is stated to be deteriorating.
The JAC of the constable appeared candidates are demanding declaration of the result of the recruitment test completed for 2013 batch by revoking the cancellation of the recruitment DPC.
Backed by BJP, the JAC had earlier ensued serious form of agitation by even calling bandh and storming at the Police training Center at Pangei demanding immediate halt of the fresh recruitment for police constables. MLA Joykishan and MLA Bishwajit of BJP who supported the constable appeared candidates and led a protest were even arrested.
The candidates also move the matter to the Manipur High Court. However, the hearing is pending to the court after some candidates filed another case against the JAC.

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