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Police turn deaf on complaint to recover JCB Excavator which has not been return after hiring on February 2021

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, June 5:

Complaint lodged to the Imphal West Police station for recovering of a JCB Excavator, which was hired by two individuals in February 2021 after the two fails to return it till today seems to be laying dull for reasons best known the police authority.
The JCB Excavator bearing registration No. MN01- 6665 (Chassis No. 37999 and Engine No. 9816029535) is owned by Special Contractor identified as Ningthoujam Kumar Meitei. Two individuals identified as Ningthoujam Thoiba Singh and Angam hired the JCB excavator on February 27, 2021 on oral agreement of paying Rs. 5000/- (Five Thousand) per day as rent for the excavator. A sum of Rs. One lakh was also reportedly deposited as advance rent to the owner by the two individuals. The two persons had also reportedly agreed to pay hiring charge of the JCB Excavator on completion of every month starting from February 27, 2021. Cell Phone No. provided to the owner of the Excavator by the two individuals are 8787730334/ 6009822247 ( Ningthoujam Thoiba Singh ) and 8119851141 (Angam), as per the complaint lodged to the Police.
The two persons then fail to respond to calls by the owner Ningthoujam Kumar Meitei when asked for payment of the hiring charge on completion of one month.
As the two individuals didn’t respond or neither return the JCB Excavator even after the completion of 10 months, the owner of the JCB Excavator lodged a complaint to the Imphal West Police pleading for recovery of the Excavator hired by the two Individuals on December 1, 2021. The Imphal West Police had filed an FIR in connection with the complaint for the arrest of Ningthoujam Thoiba Singh (45 yrs ) of Nongmaikhong Mayai Leikai near D.S.A. Ground Municipality Office, Kakching District Manipur. However, even after five years the person has not been arrested and questioned about the whereabouts of the JCB Excavator.
Speaking to Imphal Times owner of the JCB Excavator, Ningthoujam Kumar Meitei said that he fear his excavator be taken to the border area by the two individuals. He said that if the police remain dull in finding his lost vehicle then trust in the law enforcing agency may be lost. He urged the higher authority to look into the matter.

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