Discussion on “the pros and cons of the present peace talk process between GOI and NSCN (IM)” was held today in connection with the observance of 1st Foundation day of the Committee of Civil Societies Kangleipak (CCSK) at Manipur Press Club.
Ng Tejkumar, Director of Public Prosecution, Manipur who attended the function calls on the need for participation of Valley base civil society organizations in functions organized by Hill based civil society organization.
“The valley based civil society leaders need to attend the function organized by Hill base civil society organization like the way Hill based civil society organizations were invited by valley based civil society organizations” Tejkumar said.
He further pointed out to rebuilt the Emotional and Cultural Integrity, among hills and valley people which had been departed by misconception of religion, custom and so on. He urged women leaders of different civil body organizations to lead people to do the right thing in rebuilding the unity.
Professor Chinglen Meisnam, Economic Department, Manipur University, urged people of Manipur to remain alert on the Mines and Minerals Act, on which the President is almost ready to give his assent. If once the bill has passed and become an Act, the act will be like a Tsunami to us, said the Professor.
Understanding the upcoming consequences following the unrest in Manipur, he appealed all the communities, hills and plain in Manipur be united instead of throwing stone each other and to defend ourselves from the unwanted social changes brought by so called Political terrorists.
Taking part in the discussion, RV Mingthing, Ex Minister called people to unite whole North Eastern States as one formed based on Unity in Diversity.