Normalcy Returns at Educational Institutions in Manipur After 58 Days

The classes resumed following disposal of the mortal remains of Sapam Robinhood, a student of Ananda Singh Higher Secondary School

Published: 04th September 2015 10:40 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th September 2015 10:40 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

IMPHAL: Regular classes in educational institutions in Manipur, which were suspended following the death of a class XI student in police action during an agitation demanding implementation of Inner Line Permit system in the state, resumed today after a gap of 58 days.

The classes resumed following disposal of the mortal remains of Sapam Robinhood, a student of Ananda Singh Higher Secondary School in Manipur's Imphal East district, who was killed in police action on July 8 last during the agitation, a state government official said.

Regular classes were held at educational institutes including both private and government-run schools, colleges, Manipur University, Central Agricultural University, NIT, ITI, Institute of Co-operative Management and others, he said.

Agitations demanding implementation of Inner Line Permit system in Manipur started on June 26 last normal activities in educational institutions were hampered since then.

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