Joannes Lamare, a social activist, and three others were arrested for allegedly planning to form a militant organization in the state with the support of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN-IM), are expected to seek bail again this week.
After returning from the central offices of the extreme Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland or NSCN (I-M) near Dimapur, Nagaland’s commercial hub, the quartet was detained on September 17.
Vicky Mawnai, Everpearl Mawsor, and Aloysius Syiemlieh were those that joined Joannes Lamare in the attempt.
And Lamare was also apprehended near Umiam viewpoint, and his vehicle was confiscated.
Moreover, the Mawlai police have filed a complaint under IPC sections 120B (criminal conspiracy), 121 (waging war against the Government of India), 121A (conspiring to conduct any offense punishable under Section 1210), and 34 (conspires to commit any offense punishable under Section 1210). (common intention).
Meanwhile, the lower court put their bail request on hold after the police stated they needed the accused to make more arrests in the case.
Only the FIR against the four is recorded in the police case diary. The SF-10 detained them after receiving information that they were traveling from Guwahati to Shillong with nefarious intent.
According to the police case diary, the four suspects admitted to having ties to top NSCN-IM commanders.
In addition, they went on to say that the police are looking to arrest other persons based on the quartet’s confession.
The accused’s 14-day police detention will come to an end on October 28.
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