Imphal, July 28: The state government is resolute on its stand to safeguard the interests of indigenous people of Manipur, Chief Minister N Biren Singh said, but added that making haste on the issue will be a pointless exercise. Routine protest by students has been witnessing in the streets of Imphal city since the past few days demanding a law to protect indigenous communities of the state. Responding to a query by Congress MLA RK Imo Singh from the opposition bench, the Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh further told the House immigration check posts have been strengthened across the state. “Security has been strengthened to check illegal immigration at Moreh, Jiribam and Mao,” Biren said. Immigration check posts have been proposed to be set up at Jirighat and Churachandpur district also, he informed. He said security has also been strengthened at the Imphal Airport to check “outsiders” coming to the state by air. He then appealed to the agitating Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) which has been spearheading the students ‘stir to come to the table for talks. The Chief Minister said making haste on the issue will be a pointless exercise. He said the government has been making efforts to take on board all stakeholders on the issue to ensure that all communities arrive at an tuneful agreement.