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Koireng led UNLF’s efforts against illicit flesh trade in Manipur highlighted

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Imphal, May 12:

The Koireng-led United National Liberation Front (UNLF) intensified its campaign against immoral and illicit flesh trade in Manipur, drawing attention to the issue by apprehending two women in Bishnupur district. The move was part of the organization’s ongoing efforts to combat such activities within Manipuri society.
The individuals detained, one approximately 40 years old and the other in her 20s, faced allegations of involvement in the illicit trade. According to Pibarel Angomcha, the spokesperson of the outfit, the older woman hails from Imphal West and has purportedly been enticing other women into the trade for the past 5-6 years.
Pibarel emphasized that the UNLF views such activities as detrimental to the fabric of society, branding them as shameful sins that tarnish the image of Manipuri society and its communities. In the case of the younger woman, a resident of Tamenglong, Pibarel indicated that she would undergo counseling and be handed over to relevant civil society organizations for rehabilitation.
In defense of her actions, the older woman asserted that numerous girls from various communities are involved in similar trades, often operating in cities like Guwahati and Delhi. She alleged that these women utilize hotels in North AOC and Imphal areas for their activities, further implicating the involvement of a former MLA in the trade.
However, the situation took a different turn later in the evening when a woman, suspected to be the one from Imphal West, was discovered with a bullet injury on her left leg near a bridge at Laitonjam Awang Leikai Leinambi Turel Phadibi Lamshang around 8.10 pm. She was promptly admitted to Nambol Community Health Center (CHC) before being transferred to RIMS Hospital for further treatment under the supervision of Nambol police.

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