CBI arrest in missing Meitei students case condemn by ITLF

CBI arrest in missing Meitei students case condemn by ITLF

Imphal: The Manipur Local Tribal Leaders’ Forum (ITLF) has asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to arrest seven persons, including two women and two minors, in connection with the abduction and murder of the missing students. NIA) has been condemned.
In a strongly worded press note issued by the ITLF, the forum condemned the actions of the investigating agencies. “When an undercover operation was conducted in a case involving the disappearance of two Meitei students, there were no female police officers and no juvenile police unit as required by law. The arrests came less than a week after the images surfaced. The ITLF press note said to show the dead bodies of the two students.
Suspecting the CBI for its selective haste in arresting people, the ITLF said in its press note, “If the CBI can act so quickly, it has done justice to two tribals. Why no one has been arrested in heinous cases like the Dari and murders of girls in Imphal, the burning alive of a 7-year-old tribal boy along with his mother and aunt, the torture and beheading of a tribal youth and the atrocities against tribals. Many such incidents?
And what about the thousands of weapons and millions of ammunition looted in the Imphal Valley? Does the Central Government believe that violence and firing can stop without recovery of these weapons?
The ITLF also criticized Chief Minister N Biren Singh for selectively targeting tribals in connection with the missing students case, after which the “prime culprits” have been arrested.
The tribal forum also condemned the NIA’s arrest of a teacher in an “international conspiracy” involving “terrorist groups” from Myanmar and Bangladesh. Seiminlum Gangte worked as a private teacher in Kwakta, a border region separating tribal and Meitei settlements.
Whether or not he had a role in the blast that injured three people (for which he was arrested), it seems strange that a teacher with no criminal record should suddenly be linked to international terror networks. Ability to make connections and connections made, that too without travel. Abroad also once”.

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