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Renowned film maker of Manipur brutally assaulted; left for death

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Renowned film maker and former General Secretary of Film Forum Manipur Mayanglangbam Raghumani was brutally assaulted early morning today by unknown persons. Film Forum Manipur demands the concern government to take up immediate action regarding the incident.
Speaking to media persons at the Head office of Film Forum Manipur, L Surjakanta Sharma, Chairman of the Forum said that Mayanglangbam Raghumani (56) s/o Late Mayanglangbam Nimaichand was taken hostage by around 6 unknown persons dressed as state security personnel from his residence at Lamphel on two 4 wheeler vehicles today at around 1:30 am and brutally assaulted at Ngaina Louching, Imphal West after which he was left for dead.
Locals of Ngaina Louching found him in a severely battered condition and immediately rushed him to Advance Hospital at around 3:30 am where he is currently undergoing medical treatment, Surjakanta added.
Surjakanta shows confusion over the very incident as the heavy security were already deployed and tighten up since the State Assembly session has begun, on the other hand, Lamphel Police personnel and a VDF post were also being stationed nearby Raghumani’s residence.
Surjakanta appeal to the related persons or organization to clarify for the brutal assault of Rahgumani as the forum is in the midst of a confusing situation over some threat and also demands the State Government to find out the truth and catch the culprit behind the unfortunate incident within 7 days. Different kinds of agitation will take place if the government fails to fulfill their demands, he added.
Mayanglangbam Raghumani who is undergoing treatment at Advance hospital sustained severe injuries including broken left hand and leg, flash cut marks at the left elbow and right cheek etc.
Raghumani is one of the renowned film makers of Manipur who has directed many popular hits like Khongchat Series, Lallasi Pal, Chang-Si-Chang, etc.

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