Kanglei Yaol Kanna Lup (KYKL) five recruits surrendered in Pallel

Kanglei Yaol Kanna Lup (KYKL) five recruits surrendered in Pallel

Imphal: At least five newly recruited freedom fighters of the banned Kanglei Yaol Kanna Lup (KYKL) surrendered at Pallel, about 47 km from Imphal, Manipur.

An official Assam Rifles statement said the surrender of the freedom fighters was “facilitated” by the Assam Rifles.
The surrendered revolutionaries were formally handed over to the Manipur Police in the presence of their parents at Pallel.

According to a statement, the Assam Rifles stationed at the Shaibol Company Operating Base (COB) in Manipur’s Tengnoupal district, bordering Myanmar, assisted in the surrender of five freedom fighters.
The statement added that the five youths, who originally wanted to be trained as village volunteers at the Kakching Relief Camp, about 45 km south of Imphal city, were tricked into going near the Indo-Myanmar border.
KYKL freedom fighters were handed over. They were made to live in inhospitable conditions and to do menial work in liberation camps.

The adverse living conditions coupled with the looming threat of being trained across the border compelled their decision to escape the camp on November 15, 2023, the statement said

Following their disappearance, the parents of the five youths approached the paramilitary forces at Thoubal and requested help in rescuing their children.

The contact numbers and details of the youth were provided to the Assam Rifles Battalion at Tengnoupal.

The location of the youths was traced by the Assam Rifles and search parties were launched to recover them.

A rescue operation was undertaken in the night and after an extended search, the five youths were found and safely brought to COB Shaibol.

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