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No let up in ILPS protest; road blocked, protest staged at various places

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Imphal, June 3: With the demand for implementation of ILPS in the state, different meira paibis, local clubs and organization today staged protest by blocking the road Uripok to Naoremthong Khulem Leikai stretch.
An angry agitator said to the media persons that despite many protests and agitation being staged at the state for the past few months, the concern government seems to neglect the demands made by JCILPS and the people of the state to implement ILPS in the state for safeguard of the indigenous people of Manipur. Agitation will be continued until the accent for ILPS are put into act, the agitator added.
Tires were burnt, woods and logs were used to block the road.
Commercial vehicles including police vehicles were made to return avoiding to pass the road blocked.
Meanwhile, a student of Model higher Secondary School, Takyel who was under going fast-unto-death at Samushang Community Hall, Brilliant Club have been admitted at RIMS hospital today at around 3pm.
The student has been identified as Tourangbam Manoj @ Bikanta s/o Tourangbam Naobi of Naoremthog Khulem Leikai. He was studying at 11 standard.
Manoj have been undergoing fast-unto-death demanding implementation of ILPS in the state for the past 3 days and today was the 4th day. Due to health condition Manoj was admitted at RIMS casualty ward under the supervision of IGP Dr S Ibomcha Singh.
On the other hand, JAC against the brutal assault of Taorangbam (O) Tarini devi has also staged protest demanding punishment to the police personnel involved in the assault o0f Tarini Devi as soon as possible. Failure will create numerous form of agitation against the government.
At Salungpham area of Thoubal district too large number of people blocked road in protest against the non – implementation of the ILPS in the state.

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