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JCILPS protestors continue to Gherao political parties offices in imphal

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Imphal, May 25: Volunteers of the JCILPS continue to Gherao the offices of the political parties offices located here in Imphal. Large number of Women and Student volunteers along with other supporters of the JCILPS today came from various directions at BT road and gathered in front of Manipur State Congress party offices. The JCILPS supporters than staged a democratic protest in front of the MPCC office. The protestors were however prevented to intrude the office premises of the MPCC by a team of police. The JCILPS volunteers and supporters then shouted slogans denouncing the failure of the congress party to pursue the central leadership in getting the assent of 3 ILPS related Bills from the President of India. The ILPS had early came down heavily to the Congress led Ibobi Ministry over its failure to constitute the Population commission and Reformed in the Labour commission to check the influx of illegal migrants from outside the state, which is under the purview of the state government.
JCILPS supporters Gherao the office of the Congress Party at around 12.30 pm. Later, the agitators went to the office of the CPI but have to return back shouting slogans over their negligence political party from the gate as it was closed with no members present. On the other side the JCILPS supporters later came to the office of the MPP near Polo ground and Gherao the office shouting slogans. MPP members welcome the agitators and showed solidarity to the supporters.
Later, at around 3 pm students volunteers of the JCILPS from Johnstone Higher Secondary School, CC Higher Secondary School Ibotonsana Higher Secondary School formed human chain blocking half of the road at Uripok area near Fly Over Bridge at Uripok Kangchup road.
There were no report of any police excess during today’s agitation  

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