Certain strictures to be maintained during Assembly session

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IMPHAL, March 3: Unlike in other sittings of the Manipur Legislative Assembly certain strictures will be implemented during the 10th Session of the Ninth Manipur Legislative Assembly which has been taken as a semi budget session for the current year which will begin from March 8 this month.

In this regard, an official notification circulated by the secretary of the state Assembly Secretariat recently stated that the ensuing Tenth Session of the Ninth Manipur Legislative Assembly will be having a 14 days sittings starting from March 8 this month unless the speaker direct otherwise.

It is also mentioned that there will be private member business on March 11, 18 and March 25. Further every notice required by the rules should be given in written form and addressed to the Secretary and signed by the member giving notice and should be between 10 am to 3 pm on any working day in the Parliamentary-cum-Notice Branch. Notice after 3 pm shall be treated as given on the next working days, the official notification added.

It is also officially mentioned that the period of notice for the questions should be placed before not less than 10 days, before five days for Private Member Resolutions, three days before for Government Resolutions, five days before Private Members’ Bills, one day before for Amendment Bill, two days before for cut motion, two days before for half an hour discussion etc. the official notification added.

Three ug cadres arrested yesterday
By A Staff Reporter
IMPHAL March 3: Acting on credible information, Imphal West district police commandos arrested one cadre of KCP-MC (Malemnganba) from Singajamei supermarket yesterday at around 2pm. The apprehended individual is identified as one Lourembam Bocha alias Atomba, 26, s/o Lalaita of Heirangoithong Makha Maibam Leirak. On spot verification, he disclosed on working under one Thingbaijam Chitranjit alias Tangba of the outfit. He also disclosed that along with one Tangba, they had lobbed a handgrenade at the residence of E.E Th Lokeshwor recently.

Further, he along with one Somokanta lobbed another grenade at the residence of a pradhan of Lillong Chajing Karam. One .32 pistol with magazine having two live rounds were seized from his possession.

Further, again on the same day, police commandos arrested two UNLF activists from Khuyathong traffic point. The apprehended cadres are identified as L Akbar [email protected] [email protected],29,S/o Gandhi of Saijang Mayai Leikai and one Elangbamajit Singh,41 S/o late Nandakumar of Khagmpalli Panthak. On spot verification, they revealed on working under command of one S/s Rakesh of UNLF since two months back and collected huge amounts of money from scrap dealers of Imphal area. Two mobile handsets were recovered from their possession, a release from SP, Imphal west stated.

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