KSO calls total shut down on March 26 and 27 against state cabinet decision

Written By: / Tuesday, 23 March 2021 17:24

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Imphal, Mar 23:

Kuki Students’ Organisation expressed strong condemnation of the decision taken by the state cabinet on October 19, 2018, stating that the decision adversely affects the status and identity of people under Any Kuki Tribes.
Protesting the decision the KSO said that there will be a total shut down on March 26 and March 27 to make sure that the government listens to their demands.
The KSO demanded the state government uphold and respect an act of constitution and allow the Any Kuki Tribes to retain its status as recognized under the Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act, 2002 (No.10 of 2003) Part X.
A statement of the KSO General headquarter signed by General Secretary Thanglenmang said that the Kuki Students Organisation has resolved to oppose any decision of the government that threatens the status of its people whether it be Any Kuki Tribes or any other Kuki tribes recognized under the Constitution of India. Today it is Any Kuki Tribes that the government wants to delete and tomorrow It could be Simte, Zou, Thadou or other Kuki tribes.

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