The motorcycle rally was organised by the Lamlai Mapari Thougal Lup (LMTL) in Lamlai area on Sunday.
The Lamlai Mapari Thougal Lup will organise a bike rally on February 28.
Chief Minister Biren announced a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh to Paoyi (Peh) village in Ukhrul district of Manipur for destruction of poppy plantation.
Around 30 acres of poppy plantation have been destroyed as per the Cyber and Media Cell, Kangpokpi Police.
Manipur police have destroyed 1947 acres of illegal poppy cultivation at various hill districts of Manipur this crop year.
Poppy plantation in Tengnoupal was destroyed as a part of the government's war on drugs.
Manipuri women have been giving their best efforts to create a good society from last many years, however, all the efforts go in vain with the increase in drug menace, Nupi Samaj president Thokchom Ramani said.
Destruction of the poppy plantation was initiated as a part of the state government’s ‘War on Drugs’ mission in order to root out drugs for a drug-free Manipur.
Inspector General of Police (intelligence) and NAB, K Radhashyam said that Manipur being near to the golden triangle, the society has been hugely affected by drugs. To fight against the drug menace, the present government declared ‘war on drugs’ on November 3, 2018.
Minister Th Biswajit said that the ordinance will be passed to strengthen the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (ND&PS) Rules in the state so that the ‘war against drugs’ by the state government becomes more effective.
On November 3, 2018, Chief Minister N Biren Singh too had declared “war on drugs”. He hoped that the state government and the security forces would strictly look into drug users and initiate stringent action against drug trafficking and peddling.
The symbiotic relationship between production, supply, and consumption of drugs is openly revealing.