MPCC pleads to be a party in drugs case taken up by MHRC

MPCC pleads to be a party in drugs case taken up by MHRC

Written By: / Monday, 12 April 2021 17:20

Serves a legal notice to a newspaper on false defamatory information of congress  leaders

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Imphal, April 12:

The Congress team of Manipur led by Manipur PCC General Secretary S. Jeeten & MPCC Spokesperson Ningombam Bupenda Meitei went to Manipur Human Rights Commission. The team comprising of Adv. Nameirakpam Jayantakumar Singh,  Chairman State Legal Department, MPCC,  Adv. L. Chandrakumar Singh, Chairman Vichar Bibhag, General  Secretary MPCC S. Jeeten Singh, Andro AC Co-Opted Member K. Ningthemjao Singh, Chairman  OBC Department, MPCC S. Gunamani Singh, General Secretary (Administration) S. Johny Meitei,  NSUI President Md. Kabir Ahamad, NSUI Executive Member Joyson Kh,  Social Media State coordinator  Malemkhomba Salam and others.

The Petitioner, N. Jayantakumar Singh, Chairman,  State  Legal  Department, Manipur  Pradesh  Congress  Committee,  filed an application to Manipur Human Rights  Commission to implead him; representing  Manipur PCC, as a party in the suo moto case on matters arising out of the Public officers with drugs lords in drugs crimes in Manipur.

The same applicant, N.  Jayantakumar Singh,  also had sent a legal notice to newspaper  Echel Express asking the details of the name of the leaders of Congress party who are going to join BJP,  as reported on the newspaper,  failing which the state Legal Department of MPCC would be left with no alternative but to take up legal action for defamation against the newspaper.

The Congress  Party, in the state, has been urging  to transfer all the drugs-related high profile crime cases to CBI or NIA. The party is serious in fighting against the false propaganda of spreading false information to the public.

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