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Government delaying tactics in framing legislation on ILP irked activists

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The delayed in framing of a legislation regarding the implementation of Inner line permit system to check flow of outsiders in the state has irked the members of the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) compelling them to intensify their agitation from November 18. To discuss the issue the JCILPS today convened a one day Public Convention on the Present Status of ILP movement in Manipur at MDU Hall, Yaiskul. In the convention various speakers lambasted the delaying tactics of the state government in framing the legislation. Speaking on the occasion, Convenor of the Students’ Wing of the JCILPS, Moirangthem Angamba questioned the government over the requirement for taking opinion of numbers of experts regarding the implementation of the act.  He said the attitude of the government showed that the government is trying to suppress the issue by thinking that the peoples’ movement will be faded slowly with the passing of time. He also said the people should not remained silence to the attitude of the government. It said that the student’s body had already issued ultimatum on Oct. 31  to frame a legislation.
President of Editor Guild Manipur Ahongsangbam Mobi while sharing his views appealed the people of the state not to provide rooms to the outsiders. He said lack of work cultures among our fellow people has opportunities the outsider to flow in the state and simultaneously settle here. He said the people should encouraged work culture among the people of the state so that the outsider do not find place in the state. While saying so, A Mobi also said that the state government needs to play crucial roles by amending certain acts to restricts the entry of the outsiders.
R.V Mingthing, former Minister, Dr. T. Lunkin, Chairman Kuki Organisation for Human Rights, Professor Abdul Hakkin Shah, Secretary Minority Commission Manipurand H. Ibotombi Khuman, Convenor, JCILPS Manipur attended as dignitaries on the dais in the one day consultation meet. 

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