Abdul Gaffar, 40, of Lilong Usoipokpi, Thoubal district was allegedly picked up by a combined team of Manipur police commandos and 26th Assam Rifles personnel in the wee hour of Thursday from his residence.
The chairman of the outfit was arrested by a team of Delhi Police Special cell on August 28, from Kotla Mubarakpur. It has been alleged that he was in the process of setting up a base in New Delhi to carry out anti-national activities.
“As the people did not support the general strike, the militant outfit had to burn a scooter from a junkyard just to make their presence felt. In fact, the people are fed up of such disturbances," said Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh.
In a bid to develop football at the grassroots level in the state, Manipur Government on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Centre for Microfinance and Livelihood (CML), an associate organisation of Tata Trusts.
The UNLF claimed that the victim was awarded capital punishment for his “anti-revolutionary” activities after he surrendered before the government. The outfit alleged that the deceased influenced and intimidated people to participate in surrender “Drama” in collusion with the government.
N Biren Singh said the divisional forest officers and police have been instructed to take preventive measures. Wooden cages have been set up to trap the unidentified animal at various places, he added.
Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom popularly known as Mary Kom or Magnificient Mary, created history in Women’s boxing on Saturday winning her sixth world championship gold at the 10th World Women’s Boxing Championships at the JD Jhadav Hall.