Teens untraced, parents still hopeful

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IMPHAL, January 12: The two students who were taken away by a suspected militant leader from Namthalong in Myanmar last Friday is still traceless and their parents are stationed in Moreh waiting for a positive lead about their whereabouts.

Meanwhile, the other members of the study tour team from Biramangol College along with the two female lecturers left for Imphal this morning without the two students.  Two other lecturers have stayed back in Moreh to be with the parents, according to sources. The parents and the college authority have appealed for the release of two students but there has not been any positive development so far.  

The two students Seram Romson, 17, son of Seram Loken of Pungdongbam Mayai Leikai and Sukham Bidyashore, 19, son of Shyam Singh of Nongren Mayai Leikai went to Namthalong to collect money from a person along with another friend. However, the two went with the man leaving behind the other student and are believed to be in the custody of a militant organization.

Lamlai Police had picked a suspect in the case identified as Laishram Meiteingamba, son of Commander.

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