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Imagi Meira and DMCC submits memorandum, demand Govt action

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Imagi Meira and DMCC submits memorandum, demand Govt action

IT News,
Imphal, June 6:

Imagi Meira and the Delhi Meitei Coordinating Committee (DMCC) held a press conference today, voicing their frustration over the state government’s inaction on their previous demands. Despite submitting a memorandum earlier this year and receiving assurances of post-election action, the groups report that no substantial measures have been taken.
“We have submitted a memorandum earlier, and they said they would take action after the election. The election results are positive, but we cannot sit idly by,” a representative from Imagi Meira stated. The groups also expressed concerns about the central government’s potential decision to grant separate administration, stressing uncertainty about what measures the Centre might implement.
The representatives criticized the lack of accountability among state officials. “Nobody is taking accountability. We were told not to go to the media, but now that the election is over, we must speak out,” they said. They called for the Privilege Ethics Committee to take action against the ten Kuki MLAs, accusing the speakers and other authorities of shirking responsibility by passing it among themselves.
Imagi Meira and DMCC representatives disclosed that they had submitted memorandums to both the Chief Minister and other office bearers and were also seeking a meeting with the governor to discuss their concerns further.
Furthermore, Imagi Meira has submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister, demanding urgent measures to restore normalcy and ensure peaceful co-existence among communities in Manipur. The memorandum also calls for the implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Manipur to address demographic and security concerns.
The press conference highlighted the urgent need for governmental intervention and transparent actions to address the ongoing issues in Manipur. The groups emphasized their determination to seek justice and stability for the state’s communities, urging the authorities to respond to their demands without further delay.

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