Sixteen of the surrendered militants belong to the Thadou People’s Liberation Army (TPLA), whereas the remaining are of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the PREPAK (PRO).
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The give up programme occurred on the banquet corridor of the first Manipur Rifles.
“In another major achievement of our BJP-led government, altogether 20 militants from different proscribed outfits have surrendered with arms and ammunition to the government,” the chief minister tweeted.
The surrendered militants shall be given one-time help of Rs four lakh every and a month-to-month stipend of Rs 6,000 every throughout their keep at rehabilitation camps for 3 years, he mentioned in a Facebook submit.
Singh mentioned that the surrendered militants will even obtain job-oriented ability growth coaching.