AMWJU lifts ban on AR news

AMWJU lifts ban on AR news following assurance by concerned brigadier The All Manipur Working Journalist Union (AMWJU) has lifted its boycott imposed on all news related to Assam Rifles with immediate effect during an emergency meeting convened today.A statement issued by GA Naocha Sharma, general secretary, AMWJU said the decision was taken following a high level meeting held at the Manipur Press Club, Imphal with Brig. Rajeev Chibber, commander 26 sector Assam Rifles, Pallel on February.It said that in the emergency meeting presided by Wangkhemcha Shamjai, president AMWJU, Brig. Rajeev Chibber, conveyed the gathering that an internal inquiry was underway to probe into the February 12 incident occurred at Moreh wherein the 9th Battalion AR personnel led by Col Anandi Antare who reportedl...
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