HTC Moreh amongst others appeal TSA to withdraw PIL in regard to July 13 firing incident

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Moreh, Aug 29
 
A joint statement signed by the Presidents of Hill Tribal Council, Kuki Students’ Organisation, Moreh , Moreh Youth Club and Kuki Women Union and Human Rights has appealed the Thadou Students’ Association to withdraw the PIL filed in the Manipur High Court in regard to the firing and bomb blast incident at Moreh on July 13 at around 2.am.
“It would be the wisest decision on their part (TSA) to withdraw the PIL immediately and unconditionally”, the statement signed by the four presidents of the four organization said in a statement .
The statement also stated that Thongminlun has no complaint whatsoever to anybody to anywhere. It stated that the incident occurred due to misunderstanding between two secrete rival groups of UGs and Thongminlun knew that he was not the target.
“Acting on the grime situation, the CSOs leaders intervened to bring about peace in the town. The two groups were brought to a negotiating table to resolve the matter. A banquet was arranged and an unconditional peace accord was signed by the two groups in the interest of concern and welfare of the general public according to the Kuki Customary Law “, the statement said and added that the chapter is closed.
The four CSOs said any untoward incidents between the two groups arises due to the case should be held responsible by the TSA, the statement added.

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