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CM Biren, A Sharda and COCOMI team leaves Imphal for Delhi to meet Amit Shah

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Aug 24:

Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh along with his cabinet colleague including the Speaker of the Manipur Legislative Assembly Th. Seityabrata and President of the BJP Manipur Pradesh, A. Sharda Devi have left Imphal for New Delhi today morning to meet the Union Home Minister Amit Shah in a charter flight. A team of Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) including its Convenor Jeetendra Ningomba had also left for New Delhi after being invited by the Union Home Minister.
The Chief Minister along with the state president and other Ministers were reportedly summoned by the Union Home Minister Amit Shah. The Home Minister is likely to meet the Manipur Chief Minister and the State BJP President in the evening today to discuss the ongoing issue in the state of Manipur.
This meeting holds immense significance as it comes just days before the Assembly Session in Manipur. The Manipur assembly session is slated to begin on August 29.
A 15 (fifteen) member COCOMI had also left for New Delhi today morning. The team of the COCOMI was invited by the Union Home Minister through BJP National spokesperson Sambit Patra. The COCOMI team is likely to meet the Union Home Minister at 8 p.m. today evening. Before meeting the COCOMI the Home Minister will hold a meeting with Chief Minister N. Biren Singh and his cabinet colleague and State BJP President A. Sharda Devi.
In a statement, the COCOMI had stated that they have prepared for the meeting with the Union Home Minister. It said that the COCOMI will also try to meet other Central leaders while at the National Capital.
In a statement issued yesterday, the COCOMI appealed to the people to continue safeguarding the unity and integrity of Manipur from Kuki narco-terrorists who intruded into the State and demanded separate administration for their kindred tribes and against other threats.

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