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19 members COCOMI team left Imphal to meet HM Amit Shah

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Nov. 25

A team of Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) comprising of 19 representatives today left Imphal for New Delhi to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah. COCOMI is a body of various civil bodies that has been spearheading alert demonstration to ensure the safety of Manipur’s territorial integrity, in the backdrop of the final settlement between the NSCN-IM and the Government of India.

The 19 members team of the COCOMI left in two separate flight – one at 1.30 pm and another at 2.30 pm. Chief Minister of Manipur N. Biren Singh and some ministers and MLAs of the state also left for New Delhi to accompany the COCOMI team while meeting the Union Home Minister Amit Shah at 10 pm.

Talking to reporters at Bir Tikendrajit Airport Imphal, before departure for New Delhi, Convenor of the COCOMI, Sunil Karam said that there is change to the stand of the COCOMI but there may be some change after the meeting with the Union Home Ministry.

Regarding the leaked resolution of the COCOMI which stated lifting of the boycott to Sangai Festival, Sunil said that it was draft resolution that need to be consulted with the various leaders of the civil society bodies which are component of the COCOMI.

“It was a draft resolution yet to be finalized and it is unfortunate that the copy of the draft proposal for resolution has been leaked on social media”, Sunil Karam said and added that there is no change to the announcement for boycott of Sangai Festival as of now. It may change as per the response of the Union Home Minister, he added.

Jitendra Ningombam, the media coordinator of COCOMI said that there is no official announcement for withdrawal of the Boycott called on Sangai Festival. He further said that the COCOMI still have support of the people and will never act foolish without consultation of the people. 

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