Imphal, May 6,
Armed group Kangleipak Communist Party - Military Affairs (KCP-MC) in a statement questioned the reason for the silence of the state government and the Civil Society bodies over the existence of NSCN-IM at a place in Ukhrul district recently.
The press statement signed by one Comrade Lanchenba Meitei, Secretary , Information and Publicity, Military Affairs (KCP-MC) recalled the 2001 June Uprising in Manipur over the extension of cease fire between the NSCN-IM and the Govt. of India. It said that due to the mass uprising the word “Without territorial Limit” which was signed in the agreement has been withdrawn.
Some days back there was a standoff between the NSCN-IM and the Assam Rifles at a Place in Ukhrul district after a camp of the later was found set up. And after some day a statement of the Assam rifles claim to have destroyed the camp by burning it. The statement of the KCP _MC asked the government on how those cadres of the NCSN-IM had been set free from the soil of Manipur where there is no cease fire. It said that the act is nothing but garlanding the cadre of the NSCN_Im cadres by the Manipur government and asked under what political negotiation the cadres of the NSCNIM cadres were let free.
The outfit also questioned the CSO which led the peoples’ uprising during June 18, on why they remain silent when the government set free the cadres of the NSCN-IM by the government. It asked if organizing memorial function of June 18 uprising is a platform for building political career by the so called social activists.
The outfit further warned the CSOs to clarify over their silence on the issue of NSCN-IM cadres setting free by the state government within one week time.
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