An underground outfit is suspected to have fomenting trouble in Manipur on Monday where three people lost their lives and 13 severely injured, according to latest report from the hospital.

Local residents in Churachandpur town told Assam Times that the presence of a group of Meitei ultras compounded the situation when they came along with the police commandos.

According to them, the bullets extracted from the bodies of the protestors donot match government standard and these have striking similarities with the bullets used by the Manipuri insurgents.

Adding fuel to the fire, a section of angry protesters set afire police vehicles near the hospital.

Four police commandos died, according to locals,  when they clashed with a group of protesters in Churachandpur,  who turned violent after in the evening hours after a mob set on fire at least seven ancestral houses of MLAs and MPs in the same area.

The three civilians died when police commandos resorted to firing and lathicharge to disperse the mob when they unleash terror in the entire town in protest against the bills to ensure the rights of the indigenous lot.  

The scene of gory violence has spread to the Hospitals in the Churachandpur town when the relatives of the deceased started attacking the police commandos deployed to man the bodies in the hospital premises.

Source: assamtimes

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