IMPHAL | Dec 29 : The Tengnoupal district police has altogether arrested 20 UGs militants and two weapon dealer during different counter insurgency (CI) operations after S. Ibomcha was posted as the SP of the district from June 22.
According to official reports, the district police have also seized one HK rifle along with one magazine, three pistols with three magazines and 14 live rounds of ammunition during different CI operations.
On July 8 as a part of drive against drugs the district commando along with Moreh police has arrested one Anthony Michael Udaiyar, 44, son of Anthony Udaiyar of Moreh ward no. 3 from his residence were able to seized 29,000 numbers of pseudoephedrine defaced tablets from his possession.
Later on July 17 a combine team of Tengnoupal district police and 12 Assam Rifle have recovered 127 grams of brown sugar, 509 grams of heroin grade-I and 6970 numbers of WY tablets. The total value of the recovered drugs is worth around Rs. 3,39,00,000 in international market.
The district police has also seized 40 gold bars totally weighing 6.6423 kilograms and worth Rs.1,92,64,132 and arrested two smugglers on December 11.
The two smugglers are identified as Mv. Iqbal Hussain, 31, son of Md. Allauddin of Kwakta and Gayajuddin alias Sagei alias Ningthou, 33 son of late Mv. Allimuddin of Lilong Kaleikhong.
Moreover the Tengnoupal district police has conducted a campaign of ‘Obey India Traffic Rules’ at Indo-Myanmar friendship bridge and presently the traffic rules is fully implemented with full cooperation from Myanmarese police and public.
In order to prevent the illegal immigrants including Rohingya muslim and smugglers along the border area Tengnoupal police team have been doing daily patrolling along the border areas of Moreh. Besides this five teams of Moreh police station personnel and CID (SB) are in civvies along the border area to monitor the illegal immigrants and smugglers.
Moreover the district police led by SP, S. Ibomcha has conducted house to house search and area sanitization many times at the border areas and Moreh town.
Source: Imphal Free Press