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TNFHO debunks viral Yaingangpokbi abduction news

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TNFHO debunks viral Yaingangpokbi abduction news

Special Correspondent
Ukhrul, July 4:

The Tangkhul Naga Foothills Organisation (TNFHO) has clarified that the viral news about five Yaingangpokbi girls being abducted by Kukis is false. The message, written in Manipuri dialect spread rapidly on social media last night.
Eno. Tuner Raihing, Chairman of TNFHO, stated that a fact-finding team was dispatched, and investigations confirmed that no such incident occurred within their jurisdiction.
Labeling the spread of this dangerous misinformation as reckless, TNFHO emphasized the potential for such propaganda to cause widespread chaos. They appealed to the public to prioritize peace and verify facts before reacting emotionally. Additionally, TNFHO warned against repeating such falsehoods, stressing that it could further destabilize the already fragile situation in Manipur.
TNFHO urged the concerned authorities to identify and penalize the culprits behind this misinformation, which has already proliferated across social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and WhatsApp.

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