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JCILPS intensifies agitation; 147 more non locals pulled up

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Mass protest staged inbetween Keishampat to Tera

Imphal, July 22: Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) Manipur has once more intensified its agitation from today as the government has failed to show seriousness to the long pending demand for introduction of legislation to check illegal influx in the state. 
A day after supporters of JCILPS pulled down 124 non local works that had entered the state without proper documents and identification card at Sekmai Nongthombam area along the Imphal Dimapur road, large number of supporters today staged sit-in demonstration from Keishampat to Tera Keithel in Imphal West district. Besides, the JCLPS supporters pulled down 147 more non-locals from passenger buses coming from Dimapur site towards Imphal.
Women Meira Paibis of Keishampat, Waheng Leikai, Kangabam Leikai, Thochom Leikai, Salam Leikai, Meino Leirak, Sagaolband Bijoy Govinda, Ingudum Leirak and Tera Keithel area stage the protest demonstration in their respective area putting placard demanding introduction of ILPS and condemnation to the announcement of Wanted to former JCILPS leader Khomdram Ratan.
During the protest half of the roads were closed and all shops and business establishment remain shuts.
Meanwhile, supporters of JCILPS including volunteers of Advance Women Society and Awang Sekmai Protection continue to check illegal influx of non-local at Interstate buses coming from Dimapur site, which do not possess proper identity cards and other valid document for utilizing as labourers in various working sectors of the state at Sekmai area. The verification drive begin from 4 am till 11 am.
Today too 147 non-local labourers were pulled down as they failed to produce proper documents both for working and identification. The non locals were on their way to work at Shyama Power India Private Limited Thoubal, NIT Langol and St. Savior School Moirang -the same located mentioned yesterday. The non-local pulled down from the vehicles were handed over to Sekmai Police.
Yesterday, Meira Paibis and JCILPS representatives pulled down 124 non locals who did not possessed proper valid documents. The were handed over to Sekmai Police however, the non – local workers were later released by the police by providing them permission to work in the respective area.

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