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Tension runs high in Khangabok as post poll violence erupts 

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Imphal, March 9: Tension runs high in Khangabok Assembly constituency in Thoubal District after supporters of BJP and Congress candidates were engaged in a post poll scuffle.
Sources said that some workers of BJP candidate Th.Jadumani allegedly attacked the houses of the workers of Congress candidate Okram Surjakumar@ Kennedy Singh, son of Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh last night at about 9.30 pm.
Following the incident, this morning, a team of Manipur police commando came to Khangabok and started hunting for the men involved in attack on congress workers.
The cops also vandalized vehicles and furniture of some selective BJP supporters in 35/9 polling station of Khangabok Makha Leikai, whom the police team suspected to have involved in last night’s violence. The cops also allegedly beat up some 10-15 BJP workers in the locality.
Locals alleged that the cops had looted some money and jewelry items during their raid.
A public meeting meeting held later in the evening at Khangabok condemned the incident.

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