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Naga student body likely to relax NH blockade

By The Assam Tribune

KOHIMA, June 10 (PTI) - The Naga Students' Federation today hinted at relaxing economic blockade imposed on all Manipur-bound vehicles after receiving a letter from the neighbouring State's chief secretary expressing "regret" over May 3 police action against its leaders.

NSF leaders travelling to Oinam village in Manipur's Senapati district for the organisation's federal assembly were refused entry by the Manipur police at Mao Gate.

The incident led to an indefinite economic blockade on National Highways - 39 and 53.

The NSF demanded an apology from Manipur Chief Minister and lifting of Section 144 CrPC and armed police from the Naga-inhabited areas of Manipur.

It had yesterday written to Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh stating it would consider relaxing the blockade imposed on all Manipur-bound vehicles "within a short period", but demanded lifting of the prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC from the Naga-inhabited areas in that State.

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Naga student body likely to relax NH blockade

KOHIMA, June 10 (PTI) - The Naga Students' Federation today hinted at relaxing economic blockade imposed on all Manipur-bound vehicles after receiving a letter from the neighbouring State's chief secretary expressing "regret" over May 3 police action against its leaders.

NSF leaders travelling to Oinam village in Manipur's Senapati district for the organisation's federal assembly were refused entry by the Manipur police at Mao Gate.

The incident led to an indefinite economic blockade on National Highways - 39 and 53.

The NSF demanded an apology from Manipur Chief Minister and lifting of Section 144 CrPC and armed police from the Naga-inhabited areas of Manipur.

It had yesterday written to Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh stating it would consider relaxing the blockade imposed on all Manipur-bound vehicles "within a short period", but demanded lifting of the prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC from the Naga-inhabited areas in that State.

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