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Manipur defies blazing guns & boycott call, clocks 70% voting

IndiaTimes Friday, 19 April 2024
Manipur's election marred by gunshots, poll boycotts, low turnout in hill districts. Riot-displaced voters, ethnic conflict, and minimal campaigning. Home minister Amit Shah's rally the main campaign activity.
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Two members of Arambai Tenggol were arrested for abducting and assaulting four Manipur Police personnel in Kangpokpi district. This marks the second such incident this year involving the group. The abducted officers, from non-conflicting communities, were intercepted while on duty. Tensions between communities in Manipur impact police deployment. The police condemned Arambai Tenggol's criminal activities masquerading as public protection. #Manipur ##Oneindia #OneindiaNews ~PR.320~ED.101~HT.318~GR.122~

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