IFP Bureau | IMPHAL
Sixty-year old Doni Suna finally reunited with his family in Imphal Friday, after he went missing since October 14. He is a resident of Jowai assembly constituency of Meghalaya.
Office bearers of National Peoples’ Party (NPP), Manipur State unit and actor, Takhellambam Lokendra on Friday handed Dona to his family members through MLA of Meghalaya, Wailadmiki Shylla, who took a big initiative in the search for the missing person.
According to a report, Doni who is from the constituency of the MLA (Jowai), was missing since October 14. The family members of Doni learned that he is in Manipur on October 17 after Lokendro uploaded a video and a photograph of him in the social media.
Afterwards, the Meghalaya MLA wrote a letter to the government of Manipur seeking assistance for tracing the missing person, along with a personal request to the state police department to give their best effort to try and trace him on humanitarian ground and ease the ordeal of the family members.
After getting the information that Doni is in the custody of Wangoi police station, the MLA himself along with the family members came to Manipur to take him back home.
While speaking to the media today at Hotel Classic Grande, Imphal, the MLA expressed gratitude to the government of Manipur especially deputy chief minister, Y. Joykumar, Manipur police department, Lokendra, NPP Manipur state unit, vice president, Sunil, youth president, Russel Heisnam, member Rakesh Luwang and the people of Manipur who made this possible.
“We are indeed very happy that Doni, who was missing for almost a month, was found in a good health condition with the support of the people the state,” he added.
The MLA also conveyed the message of gratitude from the chief minister of Meghalaya, Conrad Sangma, who is also the president of NPP, to the people of Manipur.