Updated 6 Jul 2022, 9:08 am
A total of 300 bags of fertilisers (Urea) were seized from two trucks heading towards Myanmar from Imphal along Tiddim road at Kholmun village in Churachandpur district, Manipur on Tuesday, police sources said.
A team of Manipur Police, during night patrolling, intercepted the two trucks loaded with Indian Origin Fertiliser, which were moving from Imphal to Myanmar via Behiang along Tiddim road at Kholmun village area in Churachandpur district on Tuesday at around 1.20 am, the police said.
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The drivers of the trucks bearing registration number MN04P-0635 and MN05C-2706 have been identified as Chinthengthang, 22, son of Kapmuankap and Chinsuanlam, 28, son of Khaikhalian; both are from Saiboh Village, Sangaikot subdivision, the police added.
The fertilisers were seized as they were about to be exported to a foreign country without any valid authority, the police said, adding that the fertilisers were handed over to custom authority for further action.
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First published:5 Jul 2022, 12:46 pm