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Chief Ministers invites COCOMI’s leaders to consult over their ultimatum

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Nov 3

Representatives of the Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) are likely to meet the Chief Minister of Manipur N. Biren Singh today evening. A source said that following the ultimatum set by the COCOMI to the Chief Minister and other representative of political parties to put the content of the agreement signed on Oct 31 between the NSCN –IM, NNPGs and the Government of India in public domain, the representatives of the civil body were reportedly called for talk. Earlier, the Chief Minister had appealed the civil body not to dictate the government. He said that no agreement has been signed for the final settlement and the central government had also assured to consult all stakeholders and the government of Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh before the signing peace deal.

Deputy Chief Minister Y. Joykumar also appealed the COCOMI to withdraw their stand as central government has given commitment to state government as well as to the delegation of all political parties representatives.

It cannot be confirmed as whether the representative of COCOMI will meet the Chief Minister today evening as per the invitation or not. However, talking to this journalist Co Convenor of the COCOMI Jitendra Ningomba said that the people of the state had to remain alert until the final settlement is brought between the Government of India and the NSCN-IM. He said that the Government of India should now let the people know about the final agreement reached between them on October 31. As the content of the agreement is still concealed from the public domain, there still looms apprehension to the people of the state about the safety of the Manipur state while solving the issue of the NSCN-IM.

He said the Government of Manipur should stand with the people of the state and act as per the desire of the people.

It may be mentioned that the COCOMI had on November 1 set ultimatum to the representatives of the political party to place the agreement in public domain by November 4. The organisation threatens serious agitation if they failed to do so. However, the COCOMI still is yet to announce the mode of agitation they are planning.

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