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I Support ILP - #Manipur We urge for calm and dialogue to... | Facebook: Among those injured condition of Thongam Birjit (23) s/o Th Deven Mayang Imphal Thongkhong, Khumukcham Ashajit (34) s/o Kh. Kulabidu, Mayang Imphal Konchak and Heishnam Ranjit (31) son of Krsihnamohon are stated to be out of danger. They are presently undergoing treatment at Shija Hospital after being hit by Barrel bullet.
The bandh was called in protest against the controversial death of Md Farooque Khan (18) s/o late Md Baderuddin and Md Saddam (14) s/o Md Basiruddin of Lilong Turel Ahanbi Kaleikhong by a JAC formed in the connection from midnight yesterday till 6 pm today. Both succumbed to their injury after a mob lynch after they were found lifting a bicycle.


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