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Students’ protest turns dramatic as a protestor pull out her wrapper

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Imphal, Aug 4: Ongoing students’ protest demanding implementation of ILPS in the state as well as removal of wanted tag from Khomdram Ratan today turns dramatic after a girl student pull out her wrapper (Phanek) in front of Raj Bhavan. The protest happened at around 1 pm today. According to report, around 10 numbers of students gathered from different direction in front of Raj Bhavan and tried storm to the Raj Bhavan. As the security posted at the gate resisted their attempt and latter a team of state police tried to drive them away. One among the students – a girl pulls out her wrapper to prevent the police from stopping her. Later, the police picked up the students and then freed them at Singjamei area.  
On the other hand, the fast-unto-death protest agitation staged at Singjamei Thongkhong demanding implementation of Inner Line Permit System (ILPS) in the State and withdrawal of wanted tag on former JCILPS convener Khomdram Ratan continue unabated.
Four students namely Sylvia Yumnam, d/o Y Suren of Singjamei Chingamathak Ngakrabam Leirak, class X student of Ananda Singh Higher Secondary Academy, Thounaojam Priyanka, d/o Th Othello of Top Makha Leikai, Class X student of Sacred Heart School, Bisanjit Sagolsem, s/o S Binabon of Uripok Bashaspati Leikai, class IX student of CC Higher Secondary School and Ricky Thingujam, s/o Th Diren of Singjamei Kshetri Leikai, class X student of Ananda Singh Higher Secondary Academy continued their hunger strike as indefinite from August 3 at Singjamei Thongkhong until their demands are met by state government.
Earlier on July 28, Sylvia Yumnam, Thounaojam Priyanka, Bisanjit and Ricky volunteer to undergo fast-unto-death where they were pick up by Singjamei police on July 29 during their protest from Singjamei Thongkhong for violating Crpc 144 which was implemented at Imphal-East and Singjamei area by Magistrate, Imphal East District.

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