Synopsis “Curfew has been relaxed for 12 hours in five valley districts and for 10 hours in the neighbouring hill districts. There is no curfew in six other hill districts. Movement of essential items along NH-37 has been ensured. 244 empty vehicles have left Imphal for Jiribam on Wednesday. A total of 212 loaded vehicles have left Noney and 212 loaded tankers and trucks left Jiribam on Wednesday,” Singh said in a statement. Security Forces launched joint combing operations in the hill and valley areas across Manipur to control the sensitive areas and recover weapons and ammunition. Security advisor to the Manipur government, Kuldiep Singh, on Wednesday said 57 arms, 318 ammunition and 5 bombs have been recovered from Porompat, Imphal East and Sugnu police stations and Kakching districts, taking the total number of arms recovered to 868 arms and 11,518 ammunition till date. Union home minister Amit Shah, during his visit to the state, had appealed to people to surrender weapons and warned those violating the Suspension of Operation agreement that they would face action. “Curfew has been relaxed for 12 hours in five valley districts and for 10 hours in the neighbouring hill districts. There is no curfew… Read full this story
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