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MCPM to take up the cudgel for murdered laborer

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, June 11: The Maoist Communist Party Manipur while alleging that violence that had happened in Moreh in the recent past were motivated by communal intent announced that the organization will not rest until the mystery behind the killing of Shanti, a woman laborer in the border town, is unraveled.
In a communiqué issued today, the banned outfit said it will however wait for inquiry committee, set up by the state administration to investigate the murder, to submit its report which is due in 15 days before taking up any action.
The incident no longer remains the killing of a laborer or a woman. It has revealed itself to be far more complicated than previous assumptions, the KCP claimed while asking the Manipur government to tread with caution and foreseeing the matter having severe repercussions if not tackled sensitively.  
The violence taking place is Moreh, the note charged, is masterminded by the Indian army and gangs that are assembled by refugees from Myanmar. The collaboration between the two have been going on for some time and has proved destructive to the harmony between different communities living together in the town, the MCP stated.
The killing of the laborer is the latest in the series of criminal activities carried out with the involvement of the Indian army, according to the note and cited numerous other cases including the death of a leader of student’s organization, AMSU, and frequent killing of laborers to stress its charges.
The MCP will launch intense agitations, probably to coincide with the 100th day anniversary of the state government, including bandh and indefinite closure of Imphal-Moreh route if the perpetrators of the crime are not caught, the statement warned.

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