Imphal, Mar 3 (ANI): Victims of bomb abd insurgent attacks have expressed their frustration over such incidents saying they don't know why they take place.
Manipur has been witnessing increasing militant led violence. Recently in a bomb explosion in Chandel District, a child was killed and three others injured.
On February 19, villagers of Aizezang in Chandel District, around 165 Kilometres from Imphal faced a bomb attack which killed a 15 year-old boy - James Zou on the spot.
The blast also left three others injured.he other two are undergoing treatment at the Assam Rifles Hospital at Sajik Tampak in the District.ecently, it was discovered that some farmers in Chandel District bordering Myanmar have been engaging in growing poppy, which is used for making drugs.
"They were out in the field farming, when the blast occurred. At that time, around 300 people comprising of Police Teams, Assam Rifles and members of AMADA were destroying large-scale poppy plantations in the nearby jungle,"said Nehthang Haokip, chief of Molphei village.n another incident on February 16, some armed miscreants hurled a grenade at the residence of Mangsatabam Ibomcha, Chief Engineer of Public Heath Engineering Department (PHED) in Keishamthong Top Leirak.
However, there were no casualties.
"We don't know the reason behind the bomb attack. The attack came as a surprise to us," said M. Ibomcha, a victim.
"We are holding this sit-in-protest, condemning the hurling of bomb and to appeal to unknown people not to do such things in future as we are doing essential duties," said L. Ibomcha.
Condemning frequent bomb attacks; official staff of Public Health Engineering Department stopped work for a day to stage a sit-in-protest in front of the PWD Complex at Khoyathong in Imphal.
The people of Manipur live in fear caused by threats and uncertainty created by militants in the state. (ANI)