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Sainik School Imphal Alumni stands for Brig. LI Singh

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Imphal, April 7: The Sainik School Imphal Alumni Association (SSIAA) has expressed serious concerns over the suppression of the case against Brig. LI Singh. The association said that keeping the case for such a long time without disposing it has deprived the officer’s right in the line of promotion.
President of SSIAA, N Ibungochoubi, representing former students of Sainik School from Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura and many parts of the country stated during a press meet at Manipur Press Club that Brig. LI Singh of 13th Battalion Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (JAKLI) is the first Army Officer among the alumni of the Imphal Sainik School to reach the rank of Brigadier and based on his clean track record, he was appointed as the Deputy Director General, Discipline and Vigilance Directorate at the Army Headquarters, New Delhi after his tenure as the Commander of the Watershed Brigade in Sikkim. Now he has become a sacrificial lamb of an enduring conflict between top army generals, as reported in media.
The SSIAA has stated that the highest authority of the country should immediately intervene to restore the honour and the dignity of Brig LI Singh. For excellent, commendable performance and exemplary leadership while commanding his battalion in Drass, Brig LI Singh was awarded Yudh Sewa Medal after Operation Parakram.
“We the former students of this prestigious institution feel that the case of Brig LI Singh is a serious matter and must also be the concerns of the entire population of Manipur. The Alumni of the School will be making representations to the President of India, who is the Supreme Commander of Defense and the Prime Minister to intervene. For thousands of Alumni and many serving officers in the uniformed services, Brig LI Singh is a source of inspiration to serve the great nation,” the President of SSIAA stated.
The President also stated that Brig LI Singh continues to motivate thousands of youths in the region to join the uniformed services.
“His case being highlighted in the national media and being discussed, the Alumni Association categorically stated that the highest authorities concerned of this great nation should not remain silent and be a mute spectator. The great institutions must prove the veracity of their existence,” he stated.

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