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JCILPS drives against non-locals re-launched; 35 without proper documents pull down

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Even as the state government has failed to introduce a ILPS related Bill in the recently concluded monsoon session of the State Assembly Session, supporters and volunteers of the JCILPS continue its drive against the illegal influx of migrants in the state.
Volunteers and supporters of JCILPS and local meira paibis and club members today conducted drive along the NH -1 by checking passenger vehicles at Pheidinga area.
In the checking today as many as 35 non-locals who do not possessed proper valid documents were verified pull down and handed over to the Sekmai police.
The 35 non locals came in a bus and was brought by a contractor identified as Mani @ Ashutosh, as labour for the construction of Leimakhong Army Hospital.
The JCILPS while warning Ashutosh and owner of the bus appealed them to come to the office of the JCILPS and clarify over the matter on or before 11 of this month.
Similar drive was conducted for around a week last month and as many as 500 non locals were handed over to police for not possessing proper valid documents. It is not sure whether appropriate action has been taken up against all those illegal migrants. Reports with the Imphal Times said that even though the JCLPS has been demanding the concern government authority to sent back those without proper valid document to the place where they from, no workers handed over to the police were sent back outside the state. The report added that those migrant handed over to Sekmai Police were again handed over to those contractors of farm’s proprietors who had brought them in the state.
Meanwhile, JCILPS had cautioned the government of serious agitation if the government failed to introduce a bill to check the influx of the illegal migrants and to protect the indigenous people of the state and to fix another sitting of the state assembly by September 21 this year.

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