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UNLF denounces atrocities to civilian

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Nov 20,

United National Liberation Front (UNLF), the armed rebel group who had claimed responsibility of the blast that took place at the gate of the Manipur Legislative Assembly today denounces the various form of atrocities committed by the state security forces to the civilian by making up stories of having connection with the outfit.

The outfit said that the arrest and blaming of security staff of Manipur Legislative assembly to the attack is nothing but a signed of confuse state of the state security force.

Reacting to the statement of the Manipur Police SP of November 18, the outfit said that the claimed by the SP at which he stated that the blast of November 16 near the Manipur Assembly Secretariat Sentry post which injured 3 persons including a BSF jawan, have been arrested was a total baseless and unfounded story. It stated that the said person Yumnam Deven , an ASI at the Security staffs of the Manipur Legislative Assembly which the police arrested have nothing to do with the outfit and has no relation. The said person had already face serious atrocities from the Indian army and is around 60 years which is nearing retirement.

Why the police accused him of having relation with the outfit is because he happened to be the elder brother of Sinnaba , a 2nd Lt. of the MPA/UNLF who was murdered by the Manipur police in January 1992.

On the other hand one Laishram Ongbi Sangita which the police claimed to have been arrested as active member of UNLF is also in no way related to the outfit, the statement claimed.

The statement also stated that the arms and ammunitions that the police had claimed to have been recovered from a newly constructed building at Lamphelpat on November 14  which includes a 9 mm pistol and 2 magazine do not belong to the UNLF.

The UNLF term the act of the state police as excess.

The outfit warn the excess of the state force and added that the UNLF may reached to a decision to consider all state force working under the government as enemy of the people.



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