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Home Minister stands with police on KSA volunteers’ arrest case

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Imphal, June 6: Home Minister Gaikhangam has stated that the police were only performing their duty to the arrest of the 5 students’ volunteers of Kangleipak Students Association (KSA).
“The police arrested the KSA volunteers and rescued the shop owners as according to a complaint lodged to the police station”, Gaikhangam said.
The 5 students’ volunteers of KSA including its General secretary S Bidyananda were arrested from their office located at Keishampat Sega Road on May 27 for seizing adulterated salt packets from two shops at Keishampat Leimajam Leikai and Thangal keithel.
On being asked the reason for setting free to the two shop owners who are being alleged of selling adulterated food items, Gaikhangam said that the police department had not received any complaints about the two traders indulging in adulteration of food items.
“Above all we cannot simply said that the food items is adulterated until and unless it is being tested”, Gaikhangam added.
The Deputy Chief Minister who is also in charge of Home further added that until the complainant had withdrawn the case against them the judiciary which is not under the government will have no room to set them free.

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