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Innocent Hill and valley peoples worst affected in the economic blockade and the counter blockade

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Imphal, Nov 30: As the UNC and its supporters had intensified its economic blockade  along the two national Highway after the arrest of UNC President Gaidon kamei and Publicity Secretary Shankhui Stephen Lamkang , people at various part of the Valley region had enforced counter blockade destroying essential commodities carrying towards Hill districts.
After around 30 goods ferrying trucks were vandalized by UNC supporters at Noney , more trucks numbering around 40 have also been reportedly destroyed by UNC supporter at around 4 am today. The trucks were coming towards Imphal under tight security arrangement.
Following the news various people at valley district had also started counter blockade. Large number of people at Khumbong Keithel today halted trucks carrying essential commodities towards Tamenglong and other interior district and pull down all the essential edible items. The commodities were later destroyed in the middle of the road while the trucks were let off after emptying.
Meanwhile, villagers of Tamenglong district which were located far of the district headquarters are facing extreme hardship as day today commodities had been going out of stock. Similar conditions is with the villagers at Valley district which were located far from Imphal as well as their respective district head quarters.   

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L B Devi November 30, 2016 - 3:33 pm

Counter Blockade should be intensified to the extent that UNC never want to call such economic bandh any more. If UNC call intensified, a situation should be arrived in such a way that shot at sight order be given to security forces. Modi and Rajnath had given power to paramilitary forces to tame stone throwers killing by pellet numbering 93 protestors.


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