Twelve Cadres of KCP(PWG) and One KYKL Surrender in Manipur;
CM Says Government is Always Open to Dialogue and Negotiation
As many as twelve cadres including the Home Secretary of KCP (People’s War Group) and one KYKL cadre handed over their arms and ammunitions and surrendered to CM N. Biren Singh today at the Home Coming Ceremony held at the Banquet Hall of the 1st Manipur Rifles Batallion.
The KCP (PWG)cadres who surrendered today are
1. Self-Claim Home Secretary of KCP (PWG)– Muhamad Za-ul-Haq @ Jubal, son of Late Abdul Latif from Sora Karachi Awang Leikai,
2. Sergeant Major – Ch. Solethang Purum @ Khaba (26 years), son of Ch. Anderson Purum f romPurum Khullen, Kangpokpi,
3. Sergeant Major Riyazuddin @ Sathiba, 46 years old, son of Anamuddin from Yairipok Tulihal Konjil,
4. Muhammad Munir Khan @ Tomba (45 years), son of Late Muhammad Hazi from Laphupat Tera Awang Leikai,
5. Muhammad Altaf @ Sana (22 Years), son of Md. Ibomcha of Sekmaijing Khunou,
6. Muhammad Samir @ Yaima (31 Years), son of Md. Leihaoruddin from Sangaiyumpham
7. Muhammad Abdul Hasim @ Lakpa (16 years), son of Lalamuddin from Laipham Khelakhong Mayai Leikai
8. Muhammad Amuchou @ Naoba (34 years), son of Late Samujamal from Jirighat
9. Muhammad Manir Khan @ Neiba (32 years), son of Muhammad Khamba from Santhel Mamang Leikai,
10. Muhammad Riyajuddin @ Raja (49 years), son of Abdul Hei from Sekmaijing Khunou,
11. Muhammad Isha Khan @ Boycha (30 Years), son of Md Khalidwar from Mayang Imphal Bengoon, and
12. Muhammad Zubed Ali @ Adolf (37 years), son of Arab Ali from Keirak Makha Leikai
And the KYKL cadre is Leishangthem Arungovind @ Naobiton/Chingjao, son of Late L. Ibomcha Khurai Sajor Leikai.
The KCP cadres handed over two Lethod guns, three 9mm Pistols, three IEDs, three detonators, two radio sets, and five metal heads. While the KYKL cadre surrendered four extortion slips.
Meanwhile, during the warm welcoming of the cadres at their Home Coming Ceremony, the Chief Minister said that government is always open to dialogue and negotiation. The government is planning to solve all the insurgency issues in the states in five years through political dialogue and give all the insurgents a chance to live the peaceful life they used to live a long time ago, added the Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister also said that the state ceased to progress a time ago due to communal politics and insurgency. But now, we shall all thrive for a change and bring development to the country. He also said that the government would give one-time stipends or monthly ones to the surrendered cadres. And that the government is always ready for political dialogues with the insurgent groups.