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Differences among various communities on ILPS is planted by state government –AKHEL Aimol

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Imphal, Sept 28:  President of Aimol Tribe Union Manipur, RT. Akhel Aimol today blamed the state government for inciting sectarianism among various communities over the introduction of Inner Line Permit System in the state.
Talking at the 16th Manipur Integrity and Solidarity Day observance held at Lamyanba Sanglen today, RT Akhel, the Aimol tribe leader said that there are no differences of opinion among the various communities of the state in the passing of a legislation to safeguard of the indigenous people of the state. However, lack of transparency to the side of the side of the state government made many felt uncomfortable and unsafe as unity or protection of each community is priority for each community.
“Each ethnic community first look forward for the integrity of their community and this feeling a insecurity among various community is the root of the present differences over the introduction of a legislation for protection of the Indigenous people of the state.
Professor Ch Priyoranjan who attended the observance function as resource persons elaborated on the need for introduction of the ILPS legislation and the need to have dialogue among the various communities of the state to sort out the differences of opinion regarding the proposed legislation. He also take a dig to the state government on the fresh bill being uploaded by the state home department saying that the content uploaded showed insincerity to the side of the government.
Today’s observance function was also attended by Pu. Hemjathang Khongsai, Vice President, Kuki Inpi Manipur, Aonax Zimik Tangkhul, Convenor Haomi Research Guild, Angam Zatung Chiru, General Secretary, The Hill People Literary Union Manipur, David Songthu Purum, Chief of Purum Khullen Village, L. Khupler Kom, President, Indigenous Minorities Organisation, Manipur, Abdul Hakim, Secretary, Manipur State Minority Commission , Dr, Gaikhemei, Chairman, ZU Imphal Zone , Ph Shakhi Leima, President AMKIL and M Medun Maring President NIPCO as presidium members.
Speakers in the function elaborated on the need to unite the different communities of the state to fight for a common cause.

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