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JCILPS kicks off state-wide campaign

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Pressing the Central and State Government to implement their demands, the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) has launched indefinite statewide poster campaign, street corner meeting starting from Wednesday.
Speaking to the media persons at Keishampat Community Hall, Convener of JCILPS, Khomdram Ratan said that the Central government should not remain silent on the three Bills for implementation of ILPS, which was passed unanimously by Manipur Legislative Assembly. It should give assent to the Bills at the interest of the indigenous people of Manipur.
While, the Convenor also demanded the state government to set up population and land reform commissions.
Further he also added that the JCILPS will start verifying non-indigenous people, who are illegal staying at different parts of Manipur.
The migrant workers should have the ID card provided by the State Labor Department under the Inter-state Migrant Worker regulation of Indian constituency, he urged.
The JCILPS has also started meeting with the people those who are against the 3 bill and a good reason will be come out soon.

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Megasthenes Haokip February 28, 2016 - 6:00 pm

JCILPS demand has been fulfilled before they demanded. Protection of indigenous people Manipur had already given them Imphal & Moirang Valley as for their protections. While Valley people don’t have any Authority Power to encroach Hills Area and Hills people too don’t have Authority power on Valley. Moreover, as sound produce ‘Protection of Indigenous people’ there also extreme sound had produce ‘Protection of Hills people in India’ ; looking back Past History before the British leave India they warned the GOI, that Kuki Hills should be properly protects and free them when they know how to administered among them. So, now were are well enough to administer among ourselves.


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