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Manipur declares economic blockade leaders 'wanted'

By The Assam Tribune

IMPHAL, June 8 (PTI) - Presidents of two organisations, which had launched an indefinite economic blockade on National Highways in Manipur since April 12, have been declared 'wanted' by the State government with a cash reward of rupees one lakh each on their heads.

Acting presidents of the All Naga Students' Association Manipur David Choro (38) and United Naga Council Samson Remei (50) have been declared 'wanted' by the Manipur government on June 5, officials said today.

In an order issued by DGP Y Joy Kumar yesterday, it was announced that any person providing information leading to the arrest of the duo would be given Rs 1 lakh.

The two organisations had launched the blockade on NH-39 (Imphal-Dimapur) and NH-53 (Imphal-Jiribam) since April 12 protesting elections to Autonomous District Councils (ADCs) in Manipur hills and Manipur government's decision to ban entry of NSCN leader Th Muivah to the State.

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Manipur declares economic blockade leaders

IMPHAL, June 8 (PTI) - Presidents of two organisations, which had launched an indefinite economic blockade on National Highways in Manipur since April 12, have been declared 'wanted' by the State government with a cash reward of rupees one lakh each on their heads.

Acting presidents of the All Naga Students' Association Manipur David Choro (38) and United Naga Council Samson Remei (50) have been declared 'wanted' by the Manipur government on June 5, officials said today.

In an order issued by DGP Y Joy Kumar yesterday, it was announced that any person providing information leading to the arrest of the duo would be given Rs 1 lakh.

The two organisations had launched the blockade on NH-39 (Imphal-Dimapur) and NH-53 (Imphal-Jiribam) since April 12 protesting elections to Autonomous District Councils (ADCs) in Manipur hills and Manipur government's decision to ban entry of NSCN leader Th Muivah to the State.