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Non-Manipuri Missing in Manipur
Narendra Ch | 30 Nov 2012

The matter of Non-Manipuri missing or any related crime such as like Nitin's case is very sensitive for North East people living outside of the region. Such case can add fuel to the burning crisis of racial and sexual violence against the people and women from North East India living in mega cities of India.

40 years old non-Manipuri man went missing at Kakching, Thoubal district of Manipur since 24th noon. North East Support Centre & Helpline’s Manipur Branch appeals to the Government of Manipur for action.

According to the sources gathered by fact finding team of North East Support Centre and Helpline’s Manipur Branch, Mr Nitin Masih about 40 years old from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, a lab technician, is married to Amila, the daughter of Naorem Manao Singh of Kakching Wairi Pung Pareng. Nitin came to Manipur on November 7 along with his brother in-law to celebrate Ningol Chak-kouba, a special Meitei festival held on November 15. He went missing at around 2.30 PM on November 24 at Kakching Lamkhai. Before he went missing, he joined the harvesting at Kakching Leingang Ching and went to drop children at home.

Since the day he went missing, the public of Kakching has been men hunting. The matter was reported to Kakching Police Station and joint effort launched to search him. The public of Kakching has been sitting in Dharna at Kakching Bazar since yesterday. The police force has no clue until today. 

North East Support Centre and Helpline call the public to support in searching the missing person. “The matter of Non-Manipuri missing or any related crime such as like Nitin’s case is very sensitive for North East people living outside of the region. Such case can add fuel to the burning crisis of racial and sexual violence against the people and women from North East India living in mega cities of India.”

The Government of Manipur has a mandate now to ensure safety to all people living or visiting the state. North East Support Centre & Helpline appeals for the prompt action in searching the missing person.

Meanwhile, Mrs Amila Masih, who stayed back at Indore while her husband visited her native place, has also reached Manipur along with her seven years old daughter and her father in-law.