AMSU submits memo to CM on kidnapping
Source: The Sangai Express

Imphal, November 07: In connection with the kidnapping of Lungnila Elizabeth of Little Flower English School by unidentified gunmen on Nov 4, the All Manipur Students Union (AMSU) today submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister urging the Govt to take up quick security measures for rescuing Lungnila Elizabeth from her kidnappers, disclosed AMSU general secretary Jotin Salam.

Talking to media persons today at the AMSU HQ today, Jotin Salam informed that AMSU members have started conducting search operations at Bishnupur, Moirang and Ningthoukhong from today to rescue Lungnila ElizabethElizabeth from the clutches of her kidnappers.

He also appealed to the public as well as the authorities concerned to take up appropriate measures to put an end to this menace of kidnapping for ransom culture.

Jotin Salam also categorically stated that AMSU would do everything within its means to make sure that the culture of kidnapping for ransom is eliminated from the State so that people can live without peacefully without fearing for the lives of their dear ones.

While strongly condemning the kidnapping of Lungnila Elizabeth by unidentified gunmen, Jotin also informed that Red Cross International Society New Delhi would be contacted tomorrow asking for their assistance in rescuing Lungnila Elizabeth.