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Manipur Pre-Poll violence: Miscreants attack car, assaults driver in Hmuia locality

Manipur reported yet another instance of pre-poll violence last night. As per sources, the incident happened at the Hmuia locality along the Tedim Road when miscreants attacked a Suzuki Ignis

Manipur reported yet another instance of pre-poll violence last night. As per sources, the incident happened at the Hmuia locality along the Tedim Road when miscreants attacked a Suzuki Ignis vehicle and physically assaulted its driver who has been identified as Kham Guite.

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The driver was later admitted to the district hospital. Further, it has been reported that the car belongs to Thanglalmuan, president of Siamsinpawlpi, a students’ union.

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Furthermore, sources claim that both the owner of the vehicle and the injured person work for BJP candidate V. Hangkhanlian from Churchandpur.

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First Published: 25th February, 2022 9:40 IST

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