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Koireng led UNLF punishes transgender Fashion Designer for alleged involvement in flesh trade

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Koireng led UNLF punishes transgender Fashion Designer for alleged involvement in flesh trade

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Imphal, May 18:

Koireng-led UNLF has punished one transgender fashion designer for involving in flesh trade. The party’s spokesperson, Pibarel Angomcha, has stated that Kumarjit, a transgender fashion designer, was directly involved in flesh trade for money with high-profile persons.
Kumarjit, son of Late Laishram Sarat from Takyel Khongbal Maning Leikai, Imphal West, was picked up from a location in Imphal West around midnight. He was presented in front of the media somewhere in Bishnupur district.
Later, he was shot in the left calf as a penalty. The incident occurred at Khumbong PHC, under the jurisdiction of the Patsoi police station, Imphal West, at approximately 8:40 am today.
Pibarel Angomcha, Koireng-led UNLF’s spokesperson, expressed that “the trade in which Kumarjit was involved is against society and is a shameful sin that tarnishes the image of Manipuri society and the community.” He stated that “the party aims to improve the position for women in this society.”
Kumarjit also admitted his crime in front of the media, he added.
He further expressed that actions against individuals involved in the flesh trade, particularly women, are necessary to preserve societal morality, and they intend to take similar actions in the future.
Additionally, it is noteworthy that the Koireng-led UNLF had previously taken action against a female individual who was a key figure in the flesh trade network. The party’s recent escalation in cracking down on flesh trade comes in response to the surge in reports of such illicit activities within the state. This marks the second occasion where the UNLF, under Koireng’s leadership, has wielded punitive measures against those implicated in the flesh trade, signaling a resolute commitment to combatting this societal menace.

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