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Kanglei Yaol Kanba Lup (KYKL)

As per GOI, MHA order NO.17017/10/2010-IS-I dated 08/04/2010, NIA took over the investigation of FIR No. 51/2010 dated 15/03/2010 Matigara PS, Darjeeling (W.B) and re-registered the case on 24/04/2010 at PS NIA, Delhi as case RC-06/2010/NIA/ DLI under section 121,121(A), 122, 124(A) of IPC

Summary of Allegations

On 15/03/2010, Ningthoujam Tomba @ Koireng @ N Rajen Singh of Manipur, the self-styled Finance Secretary cum Commander in chief of Army of the extremist organization KYKL along with his associates and other absconding persons were engaged in disturbing peace and tranquillity and had hatched up a wide spread criminal conspiracy to wage war against the State in order to overawe the State Government of Manipur by means of criminal force. In furtherance to the said conspiracy they were procuring firearms/ ammunition, after obtaining funds for the organization by way of extorting general people. They were also recruiting youth of India clandestinely to facilitate their design of waging war against the State.

Present Status

During investigation, complicity of 11 accused persons surfaced. Charge Sheet was filed by NIA before the Hon’ble District & Sessions Judge, Darjeeling, West Bengal against 07 accused persons on 08/09/2010 and supplementary Charge Sheet against 04 accused persons on 04.08.2011. Trial has started. 50 witnesses have been examined so far. The next date in the case has been fixed for 06.06.2016 to 10.06.2016. The trial of the Juvenile has not started yet as the Juvenile Justice Board (J.J.B.) Darjeeling, West Bengal has discharged the accused on 13.10.2015. NIA has filed an appeal against the discharge order in the court of District & Session Judge, Darjeeling, West Bengal which is listed for argument on 15.06.2016. There has not been any considerable progress with regard to the further investigation of the case after the filing of the supplementary charge sheet in the case.


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