IMPHAL, March 20 � Prohibitory orders have been clamped in the Imphal West district following the non-cooperation movement being launched by the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) against non-locals.
The prohibitory order has been clamped based on police report that there is likelihood of serious breach of peace and public tranquility in the district on account of the unlawful activities of some anti-social elements.
Also, there is information in the police regarding threat to the business community in Imphal area by the underground elements for payment of extortion demand.
The indefinite non-cooperation movement of the JCILPS against non-locals began from Wednesday midnight.
While announcing the movement, the JCILPS has asked the people to stop renting house and room to the non-indigenous people, buying, selling as well as consuming goods from them, to prevent the non-locals from hawking their wares.