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KCP (Poirei Meitei Lup) bandh affects normal life in State

IMPHAL, June 28: Due to the 24-hour bandh called by KCP (Poirei Meitei Lup) that started from the midnight of June 27 has affected normal life in the state particularly in the four valley districts.

The call of the bandh was conveyed in a statement signed by Malemnganba Meitei, Publicity Secretary of KCP (Porei Meitei Lup) through the media on June 26.

Inter-state and inter-district passenger service stayed off the road owing to the bandh. However, few auto-rickshaw passenger vehicles were seen plying in Imphal East and Imphal West.

Since it was Sunday, educational institutes, business establishments and offices were closed making the bandh appeared total. The busy Khwairamband Keithel also bore a deserted look.

Movement of vehicles and commuters on the roads was minimal. However, there is no news of any untoward incidents arise during the course of the bandh till the time of filing this report.

It may be mentioned that the bandh was imposed against the failure of the officials to rectify wrongdoings in the State Public Works Department despite asking them to do so.

The outfit in its statement had demanded resignation of Works and Transport Minister Dr Kh Ratankumar Singh on moral ground.



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