Rs 508 worth drug owner identified

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Imphal: The owner of the recently drug seized at Indo-Myanmar border town Moreh in Manipur that worth Rs 508 crore has been identified as wife of a Chinese national residing at Moreh.

The owner of the large drug consignment was Kimneilhing Kipgen, 43, daughter of Ngulkholam Kipgen of Moreh ward number 3, Phaicham Veng.

Inspector General of Police, K Jayanta on Thursday told reporters here that investigation has been continued in the right direction.

No political power cannot affect the investigation. There are certain laws and orders and as per the procedure of law necessary steps will be taking and suspected area of the alleged culprits has been identified in another country, Jayanta said.

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Besides, Manipur Police has been taking various initiatives in order to find out the incident related to a deadly ambush at Beihang in which a commanding officer of Assam Rifles along with his wife and son and four others were killed. Some unlawful organisations are continuing threatening public, government officials, and social workers by planting or hurling bombs and grenades, he added.

The police department is exploring to apprehend the involved culprits to bring justice, to save life and property to the general public and maintaining law and order, the senior police officer said.

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As a result of the drive against the unlawful groups, police were able to detect the concealment of huge catch of arms and ammunitions belonging to a proscribed underground organisation and efforts are on locate few others.

Investigations in all these cases are in full swing and more arrests of involved persons will be made soon irrespective of whether the involved person is a government servant, political workers, businessmen and others.

However, despite the sincere and untiring efforts taken up by the police for the safety and maintenance of order, police are defamed, maligned through social media platforms that police are acting at the behest of political leaders.

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He appealed to all the public not to malign police as police never works with any political party nor acts under the direction of political leaders but cautioned the general public not to carry away by the contents posted in social media platform and sought co-operation.

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