Manipur drivers union angry with harrassment of colleagues
Imphal, Apr 2 (UNI) The drivers of Manipur have expressed unhappiness over their frequent harrassment in Nagaland.
The All Manipur Drivers and Motor Workers Union said in January last a driver identified as Md Ibothem along with his nephew were reported missing from Nagaland after they entered Dimpaur from Assam.
The truck they were driving were allegedly with a militant outfit of Nagaland. The duo disappeared in between Dimapur and Patkai police station, the union members said.
When a driver was found killed in Manipur, the Manipur government had even sent a ministerial team to Nagaland to discuss the matter and immediately apprehend the people allegedly involved in the killing. The union appealed to the Nagaland government to reciprocate the good gesture given by the Manipur government.
The union further said it will start agitating if the Manipur government does not take up appropriate action on the matter.
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