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AMUCO, UCM and other major civil bodies stand with Napet villagers; urges government to shift URF camp

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Imphal, April 11: Major civil society organizations of the state including All Manipur United Club organization (AMUCO), United Committee Manipur (UCM), Committee on Human Rights (COHR), Poirei Leimarol Apunba Meira Paibi Lup, AMKIL, Chingmee Tammi Apunba Lup amongst other today showed solidarity with the people of Napet and its surrounding villages which had recently confronted with URF (Chingkheinganba) group. The group which had signed Suspension of operation with the government of Manipur was allotted the building of Napet Palli LP School as their designated camp closing the school.
Following the recent crisis and the clarification by the outfit’s leaders which appeared at some of the local daily locals of the areas gathered once more to have another meeting at Napet LP school ground. The villagers were joined by the leaders of the major civil society organization and assured all possible help for their right.
A meeting was urgently conducted with the leaders of various civil society bodies and Meira Paibi groups on the dais.
President of AMUCO Y Mani Khuman, President of UCM Elangbam Johnson, President of COHR Phulindro Konsam, Director of HRD Joy Chingakham, President of Poirei Leimarol Apunba Lup Memchoubi, President of AMKIL Sakhi and President of  Ching-Mee-Tam-Mee Apunba Lup Momon  vehemently condemn the excessive act of the SoO cadres who had once took up arms and later surrendered to lead a peaceful life .
A 6 point resolution was adopted in today’s meeting.  The resolution demanded the state government to shift  the URF Chingkeinganba group’s designated camp from the locality within 3 day besides recovering the weapon allotted to them.
In compliance to yesterday’s resolution, today’s meeting also demanded license weapon for all the villagers if in case they fail to recover the weapons.  The resolution further demand adequate security for the villagers and urged for re-opening of the Napet LP School.

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