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VDF Premanda’s sacrifice in fighting the war on drugs should be seriously taken by all – MLA Joykishan

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Feb 6:

Shocked over the death of Village Defence Force (VDF) personnel, Ningombam Premananda Singh, who lost his life fighting against the drug menace in the state, MLA Khumukcham Joykishan today said that Premananda dead’s should not be taken lightly by the people of the state. He said that he was expecting public mourning as he had given his life for the future of the people of this state by joining the Chief Minister’s aspirant mission “War on Drugs”.
“I got shocked to see no organisations or CSOs or individuals who have been supporting the Chief Minister’s aspirant mission “War on Drug” expressing no words of condolence to the death of Premananda”, MLA Khumukcham Joykishan said while extending his pains and sorrow over the demise at the deceased residence at Thoubal Okram Leikai today afternoon.
“Where is the seriousness in fighting the war on drugs when people of all sections remain quiet after our brothers died fighting the war”, Joykishan said disappointingly to the silence of the people over the death of Premananda.
MLA Joykishan also handed over a sum of Rs. 1 lakh to the kin of the deceased VDF personnel.
“It will be wrong to consider the sacrifice of Premananda very lightly, he had died for the cause of the CM’s “war on mission” to save the future of the state, we the people should have a place for his sacrifice”, Joykishan said and added that in support to the “CM’s War on Drugs” mission any security personnel or anybody who sacrifice for the cause will be honoured and will help at his own capacity.
VDF personnel Ningombam Premananda Singh, was found dead in an area near Levanant village in Chandel district on February 3. He went missing while on an overnight duty to destroy poppy plantations in Phaisi Village under Chakpikarong Police Station of Chandel district on January 16.

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