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The Final settlement

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The final settlement between the government of India and the National Socialists’ council of Nagaland (NSCN) lead by Th. Muivah   is finally at the door. India government earnest effort to solve the problem of ‘the rebel group’, which they consider to be the mother of all insurgency movement in the state has compelled  the mainland administrators to finally fulfill some of the demands which will not hurt the interest of the Indian nation.
The signing of the frame work agreement is the roadmap to end the decades old issue of the NSCN-IM . A National media had published a leak report  on the framework agreement and people once more are eagerly awaiting the outcome.
But things need to remember is the the declaration of the cease fire with the NSCN-IM on July 25, 1997 at the floor of Lok Sabha by the then Prime Minister of India, late Inder Kumar Gujaral had already sparked tension among the various communities of the North East India, compelling some of the civil society organizations of the state to take up awareness campaign about the ‘would be’ affects of the cease fire agreement. Four years later, after the declaration of the ceasefire, the extension of the cease fire ‘without territorial limits’ on June 14, 2001, at Bangkok, which was later popularly known as ‘Bangkok declaration’, the simmering tension of the various communities of the state reached to catastrophe.  Manipur was nearly turn to ash with almost 60 percent of the people of Imphal coming out to the street of Imphal and pouring their anger to the government set up of the state. Almost all offices of political parties, official quarters of MLAs, Ministers etc were set ablaze by the angry mob. Even the temple of democracy – the assembly secretariat was not spared. It was during this famous uprising in the history of Manipur that a complete change to the peoples’ mandate during the general assembly election was brought.
Later, the political consciousness of the people had elected some of the persons whom the people believed that they would protect the people and the land of this erstwhile kingdom.
Now a new government led by BJP is running the state.
The  final scene is yet to arrive. Manipur once more burnt or not now remain in the wisdom of Chief Minister N Biren.  

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