The Joint Action Committee against the brutal killing of Akoijam Nonganba alias Aging on Thursday warned that it will launch an indefinite strike across the state from Friday midnight if the state government fails to fulfil its demand by 6 pm of Friday.
JAC convenor Th Ashalata told the media at the office of Awang Konjeng Youth Organisation, Kwakeithel Konjeng Awang Leikai, Imphal West on Thursday that the JAC extends appreciations towards the government for apprehending two accused persons involved in the mysterious death case of Nonganba.
She said the vehicle was found near the body of Nonganba along the Imphal-Dimapur national highway. She questioned why the highway patrol vehicles were unable to spot the vehicle earlier. “What is the purpose of having highway patrol vehicles?” she asked.
In connection with the mysterious death case, one Moses Gonmei and Thokchom Sonia were apprehended earlier though one suspect is still at large, she said.
She appealed to the government to book the remaining culprits by 6 pm on Friday.
The JAC will launch indefinite strike across the state from Friday midnight if the government fails to fulfil the demand within the given deadline, she warned.
Earlier, Chief Minister N Biren Singh had urged the people to show hospitality towards the visiting international delegates and appealed not to impose any form of strike, bandh, and others on February 17 and 18.
Manipur will be hosting G20 events for two days on February 17 and 18.