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Not a fair game Mr. Dy. CM

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State Home department’s clarifications about the reason for cancellation of the recruitment of 2000 Manipur Police constable (male) – 2013 batch is nothing but a showcase of how the state government is running the administration. Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh’s response to the hostile agitation which puts life to a complete halt is also another reality, which can be kept as “a matter of record” on how his 15 years old regime is taking care of what is happening in the state. Economists and common people worries about the loss of the state during bandh or any such agitations are of no concern for Mr. Chief Minister as he said “Bandh” happens everytime and it is not new. The mischievous smile of our respected CM, when he said that “irresponsible statement”, also showed how he is treating to the issue of the state particularly the one which comes up in the aftermath of the cancellation of the recruitment test for 2000 Manipur Police Constable in 2013. 
Well, all is not fair in love and war, the one which fails to win the heart of the people will certainly face the music as state assembly election is knocking at the door. Showcasing his loyalty to the supremo, Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam too followed the rituals of the Chief Minister by skipping comments on the matter which at the time is burning the state. For around 15 years people of the state has been put to slumber under the magic spell only known to Okram Ibobi Singh and his team.
This time too, Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam, also in-charge of Home department, came up with a clarification statement to justify the cancellation of the Manipur Police Constable Recruitment (Male) 2013 batch. As stated it was the finding of the enquiry report by JC Ramthanga, IAS, Principal Secretary to the Government of Manipur which left the state government compelled to take the decision for cancellation of the recruitment process.
In his report to the government JC Ramthanga IAS had stated large scale of irregularities and foul play were found both at Physical Efficiency Test as well as during Written Test for the recruitment of the 2000 male police constables. The Deputy Chief Minister shrewdly turned ‘everyone knows event’ a fair game by expressing shocked on finding rampant irregularities in the selection process.
But one thing the Deputy Chief Minister seems to have forgotten is that, he or his government cannot befool the people all the time. The act of cancelling of the police constable recruitment test could have been called justified had his government simultaneously initiated action against those government officials particularly the one who headed the recruitment test by a similar order which cancelled the recruitment process of Manipur Police constable 2013 batch.
‘Law will take its own course’- the phrase seems to be an effective mantra to protect themselves and those under their protection. But it should be remembered that people of the state now have lost all faith in the law as the law makers and the law enforcers are making a mockery of the legal system of the country.

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