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Differences on ILPS sorted out between JCILPS Students’ Wing and the KSO

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Imphal, May 14,

In a significant development, the differences over the introduction of the Inner Line Permit System (ILPS) in the state of Manipur have been sorted between the Kuki Students Organisation (KSO) and the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) Students’ Wing.
“It is a good thing that the KSO General Head Quarter and the JCILPS Student’s Wing have come  to an agreement in a meeting held a while ago and resolved that Inner Line Permit is an essential and Vital for protection of the Indigenous people  or native people of Manipur”, Paolinthang Lupheng, President of the KSO general head Quarter said while speaking during a joint press meet at AMSU Head quarter today.
Manjit Sarangthem, Convenor of the JCILPS Students Wing, said that the meeting held today is the second of its kind to sort out the differences on the demand for an inner line permit to protect the indigenous people of the state.
“Last time there were lot of confusion creating tension among various communities to the passing of the 3 ILPS related Bill due to lack of communication between various stakeholders in the state”, Manjit said and added that this time all stakeholders in the state will be consulted and make sure that the Bill that will be passed in the upcoming state assembly session will be accepted by all.
Lately, speaking on the Khonjom War memorial Day at Khongjom War Memorial Complex , Chief Minister N. Biren Singh had stated that his government will table a Bill for protection of the indigenous people of the state which will be accepted by all stakeholders.
President of the KSO general head Quarter, Paolinthang Lupheng added that Kuki community had always wanted a inner line system – the Eastern Bengal Frontier Regulation Act which is being impose in the neighbouring state of Nagaland and Mizoram.
“ We have been looking for a system that is agreeable by all and in fact, the Kuki Inpi and the JCILPS have been holding series of meeting regarding the issue on how to find out Bill which is acceptable and agreeable by all stakeholders”, Paolinthang added.
The KSO leader also stated that their organisation will work with all stakeholders to enforce an ILP system in the best way they can.  

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