Imphal March 9
Parents’ and teachers’ body of the Catholic School today appealed students bodies to intervene the ongoing crisis between armed group People’s War Group and Catholic Education Society (CES).
The conflict between the People’s War Group and Catholic Education Society (CES) nearly reached catastrophe after the armed group planted and IED at Chatholic School Canchipur on February 14 thus year. The IED planted was so powerful that the Manipur police Bomb squad had to detonate it at the place where the miscreants planted the bomb.
Speaking to media person in a press meet held at Manipur Press Club, General Secretary of Parents Teachers Association of St. Joseph School, Moirangthem Subhaschandra appealed the various students organisation of the state to intervene the crisis between the PWG and CES and help in settling the issue thereby continuing the regular academic atmosphere of the schools.
He further requested the two groups to meet each other and talk over the issue so that the entire problem can be solved through dialogues and peaceful ways. He added that the PTA will help with all its might in resolving the matters between the CES and PWG without any partiality on any side. He finally appealed to let the academic atmosphere continue in its normal process.
The press meet was organised by the PTA of four catholic schools namely St. Joseph’s School, Catholic School, Nirmalabas School and Little Flower School.
It can be mention that the proscribed PWG have even warned the teachers and Van driver association to cease their work until the matter is resolved.
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