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Goodwill mission demands Center, State to bring long lasting solution to ethnic tension

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Imphal, Dec 20: In a bid to restore communal harmony in the state, a conglomerate body of 17 hill and valley-based civil society organizations named as Goodwill Mission for Peaceful Co-existence has conducted a public discussion at Lamlai Keithel today with members of local clubs, Meira Paibi and civil bodies of the area.
During the meeting, the Godwill Ambassadors of the conglomerate body discussed about the prevailing law and order situation in the state as well as the raining communal tensions aftermath the indefinite Economic Blockade of United Naga Council along National Highways.
They also discussed about the measures that have to be taken in order to restore the communal harmony among the ethnic groups of the state.
The representatives of the Goodwill Mission along with representatives of the local bodies have also jointly decided to press the concern authorities to bring back normalcy and prevent unwanted incidents along the Imphal-Ukhrul road and other sensitive parts of the state.
The main objective of the Goodwill Mission is to find a long-lasting solution to the reportedly raising communal tension causing sporadic ethnic feud among the hill and valley people, said Ningthoucha Lancha, Convener of the  Goodwill Mission.
He also informed that the Goodwill ambassadors will organise such public meeting across the sensitive areas of the state, and will play the role of a mediator for bringing peace, harmony and strengthening the bond of fraternity among the ethnic groups of Manipur.
As part of their mission, the Goodwill Mission team will hold another public meeting at Ima Keithel tomorrow (21 Dec, 2016) at 11 AM, and their further course of actions would also be decided along with other the people of Manipur.

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