Public rises again to URF misconduct

Public rises again to URF misconduct   Hardly a fortnight after peace signatory outfit United Revolutionary Front was engulfed in an imbroglio over the recovery of the bodies of two of its own cadres buried inside its camp, two cadres of the outfit were caught trying to sneak away steel parts of the abandoned Spinning Mill this morning.The two caught cadres have been identified as Sinam Suresh, 31, son of (L) Rabei of Chingmeirong Maning Leikai and Akham Pratap, 33, son of (L) Noren of Singjamei Thongam Leikai.Angered by the repeated transgression, locals erupted and demanded proper fencing around the camp and to shift away the outfit immediately.However, after negotiations with the deputy Chief Minister on the demands failed to bring any amicable solution, a mob stormed the designa...
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