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Manipur to provide vocational training to surrendered ultras

Press Trust of India  |  Imphal 

Chief Minister N Biren Singh today said that the state would provide vocational training to surrendered militants of the state to enable them maintain their livelihood.

Biren said this in a press conference after a self styled commander of the banned outfit (Lamphel group) surrendered with two 9 mm pistols and nine ammunition.



Appealed to all to leave violence, the chief minister said that the was open for dialogues in order to bring development in the state.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Manipur to provide vocational training to surrendered ultras

Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh today said that the state government would provide vocational training to surrendered militants of the state to enable them maintain their livelihood. Biren said this in a press conference after a self styled commander of the banned outfit Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP Lamphel group) surrendered with two 9 mm pistols and nine ammunition. Appealed to all to leave violence, the chief minister said that the government was open for dialogues in order to bring development in the state. Chief Minister N Biren Singh today said that the state would provide vocational training to surrendered militants of the state to enable them maintain their livelihood.

Biren said this in a press conference after a self styled commander of the banned outfit (Lamphel group) surrendered with two 9 mm pistols and nine ammunition.

Appealed to all to leave violence, the chief minister said that the was open for dialogues in order to bring development in the state.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Manipur to provide vocational training to surrendered ultras

Chief Minister N Biren Singh today said that the state would provide vocational training to surrendered militants of the state to enable them maintain their livelihood.

Biren said this in a press conference after a self styled commander of the banned outfit (Lamphel group) surrendered with two 9 mm pistols and nine ammunition.

Appealed to all to leave violence, the chief minister said that the was open for dialogues in order to bring development in the state.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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