MPCC weighs in on MHRC suo moto case

MPCC weighs in on MHRC suo moto case

TMB Report

Imphal: A delegation of Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) led by General Secretary S.Jeeten and Spokesperson N Bupenda Meitei on Monday went to Manipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC) to file a petition seeking to take MPCC as one of the defendants of the suo motu case taken up by MHRC on the basis of the statement made by MLA and Deputy Chairman State Planning Board L Rameshwor indicting public representatives and law enforcement agencies of supporting drug business.The delegation includes MPCC State Legal Department Chairman N.Jayantakumar, L Chandrakumar Singh, Chairman Vichar Bibhag, Andro AC Co-opted Member K Ningthemjao Singh, Chairman OBC Department, MPCC S Gunamai Singh, General Secretary (Admn) S Johny Meitei, NSUI President Md Kabir Ahamad, NSUI Executive Member Joyson Kh and Social Coordinator Malemkhomba Salam.Speaking to media persons, Jayantakumar who filed the petition conveyed that the petition was filed to implead him, representing MPCC as a party in the suo motu case on matters arising out of the public statement made by BJP MLA L.Rameshwar recently on involvement of Ministers, MLAs and police officers with drug lords in drug crimes in the State.He hailed MHRC for filing the suo motu case on time, saying that the BJP-led coalition government has befooled the public by celebrating four years of citizen centric governance which was just an eye wash. He said that the Congress party has been urging to transfer all the drug related high profile crime cases to CBI or NIA as the party is serious in fighting against the false propaganda of spreading wrong information to the public.Jeeten pledged that the Congress party will extend full support to the suo moto case taken up by MHRC in the larger interest of the people.Notably, MPCC has also sent a legal notice to newspaper Ichel Express asking the details of the Congress leaders who are going to join BJP as reported in the daily newspaper.

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