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No change in non-local influx, 34 more without IDs handed over to police

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Imphal, Aug 5: Ongoing agitations, being underway at various places of the state under the supervision of JCILPS seems to give little impact to the influx of outsiders who do not possessed proper valid documents for identification. When students and meira paibi are preceding fast-unto-death protest, relay hunger strike and protest demonstration of various kinds at Imphal area, local clubs and Meira paibis along the National Highways at Sekmai and Pheidinga area have been volunteering in checking non-locals entering the state without proper documents at passenger buses as a part of the agitation.
Today too members of Pheidinga Apunba Club and Meira Paibi found 34 non-locals who tried to enter the state without valid documents from various passenger buses moving towards Imphal from Senapati site. Earlier the non locals were found travelling in interstate bus service but today the non-locals were found in local passenger buses. The JCILPS supporters suggested that these non-locals changed the bus from either Senapati or Sadar Hills area as according to the advice of the interstate transporters.
Around 600 non-locals were pulled down by supporters of JCILPS after they were found entering the state without proper valid documents for identification during drive conducted at Sekmai area last week. All those non locals were handed over to Sekmai Police. After a gap of 4 days a similar drive was conducted at Pheidinga by the supporters of JCILPS from 6 am to 12 noon. During the drive 34 non locals were found trying to enter the state. They were later handed over to the police.
Assistant convenor, Organisation JCILPS, Hayatur Rahman, while speaking to media persons expressed anguish over the attitude of state government. He said the attitude of the government is encouraging the non-locals in entering the state and if it continues the JCILPS will have no other choice but to take the law in its own hand.

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