Imphal April 27,
Stating that Pan Mongoloid movement is the need of the hour to fight against the demographic invasion by the Aryan race Retd. Prof. Naorem Joykumar said that the spirit of demographic invasion is behind the contentious CAB.
He was speaking as a resource person on the observation of 21st Dark day, the day Manipur lost her independence at Iboyaima Sumang Lila Sanglen.
Joykumar said that the day which the flag Union Jack was hoisted at Kangla which symbolized the colonization by British was a dark day of Manipur. He said that various others unfortunate dark days occurred at Manipur, the coming of Hinduism which was brought by Garibniwaz causing hill and valley divide changing the society drastically was the first dark days of Manipur.
He further said that the 7 years devastation and the 27th April where Manipur lost her independence is the second and third dark day.
Joykumar continued that Manipur experiences darker day after it merged to the Indian Union.
He also said that the things the white Saheb done during the colonial era is being done by Brown Saheb at present.
Highlighting the contentious CAB he said that it was a naked demographic invasion against the mongoloid people by the Aryan race. He added that CAB is a must for Aryan people.
He stressed that the main objective of the observance of the dark days is to liberate from the chains imposed because of the dark days.
President of International Peace and Social advancement (IPSA) Joychand Konthoujam said that Manipur lost her independence completely from the morning of April 27, 1891 losing its long history of being an independent kingdom.
He said that April 27 was observed as the dark day organised by Dark Day Observation Committee, IPSA in association with Justice Committee on Anglo Manipuri War, 1891 and freedom fighters of Kangleipak.
He appealed the government to recognise April 27 as Dark Day. He also said that the various battles that occurred other than Khongjom battle like Battle of Thoubal, Kakching, Mayangkhang, Laimaton and others should be remembered and memorial sites should be constructed.
He further appealed to remember and observed various other war heroes and also to put in the syllabus regarding different battles and the heroes.
Floral tributes were also paid to the great martyrs and also two minutes silent was observed.
The dark day function was attended by Guest faculty of Department of Anthropology MU Prof W. Nabakumar, President of IPSA Joychandra Konthoujam, Director of JN Manipur Dance Academy L. Upendro and Chairman of Justice Committee on Anglo Manipuri War, 1891 and freedom fighters of Kangleipak H. Ibotombi Khuman as Chief Guest, President and Guest of Honour respectively
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