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NIA chargesheets 3 from KCP, Manipur for subversive activities

By Vicky

The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against three persons belonging to the proscribed terrorist organisation Kangeleipak Communist Party (KCP) of Manipur. These terrorist were involved in hatching conspiracy and raising funds by terrorising local persons and bodies such as schools, panchayats, govt officials, owners of petrol pumps etc.

NIA chargesheets 3 from KCP, Manipur for subversive activities

The Chargesheet has been filed under sections 17, 18 & 20 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

The chargesheet names Laishram Ranjit Singh Meitei , self-styled Commander in Chief of the banned terrorist organisation KCP (PWG), Khumanthem Naobicha Singh, self-styled Finance Secretary and Thoudam Chaothoi Singh, an active cadre of the outfit.

Scrutiny and analysis of the documents and digital devices established that the 3 accused persons, being members of the proscribed organization, conspired to raise funds for carrying out subversive activities. They along with other suspects had threatened a number of persons/victims through mobile phones, mails etc. They conspired and intended to raise the number of cadres, further terror activities, raising terror funds, purchasing Arms & Ammunition and publicity of KCP, a banned terrorist organisation in Manipur, the chargesheet also states.

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