Manipur: Police rescues ‘Abducted’ student, Arrested 8 Kidnappers

Arrested kidnappers are suspected to be cadres of an underground group. informed Manipur Police.

IMPHAL-   Manipur Police successfully rescued a abducted student and arrested the eight kidnappers from Imphal West in connection with Kidnapping & Ransom case registered at Imphal PS.  Arrested kidnappers are suspected to be cadres of an underground group. informed Manipur Police.

1 (one) Ghatak rifle with 1(one) magazine containing 10(ten) ammunition, 1(one) AK-47 rifle with 1(one) magazine containing 06(six) ammunition, 1(one) .32 pistol with 1(one) magazine containing 6(six) ammunition, 13(thirteen) mobile handsets, 1(one) sword (samurai) and 2(two) cars were also recovered from their possession.

Manipur: 13 found dead after gunfight in Tengnoupal district

Talking to media persons,  Imphal West Superintendent of Police, Shivakanta Singh, informed that “ Imphal police station received a complaint on Saturday around 1am, saying that one Laishram Chinglen Singh (22) was kidnapped from DM College of Science, New Boys’ Hostel here on Friday afternoon around 1.30 .

For the student’s safe release, the kidnappers demanded a ransom of Rs 15 lakh from his family, threatening that failure to comply with the demand would result in the youth being returned as a dead body.

After getting this information  a team of Imphal West district police, immediately activated and raids were carried out at different places and at around 2 am, the police conducted operation at Yumnam Huidrom Makha Leikai under Wangoi police station, the SP said.

Manipur: 21-year-old youth killed in shootout between rival outfits

The police, during the raid, found the missing youth from a house, and subsequently rescued him, he said, adding that eight suspected kidnappers, who were seen in two vehicles in the area, were also arrested.

During initial enquiry, it is revealed that the kidnappers belong to Kangleipak Communist Party, People’s War Group KCP (PWG) and they are working under one Lamynaba Khuman, the senior police officer continued.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button