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JCILPS likely to hold talk with the Govt. for final round

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Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) is likely to hold talks with the state government for the final round today evening. A team of JCILPS has proceeded to the Chief Minister’s bungalow at around 4 pm to hold the meeting with the government led by Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh.  The talk is likely to be the final round as according to source from both the state government and the JCILPS as there is no differences now to the inclusion of the five points put up by the JCILPS to the Bill which is agreed to be passed later in the state assembly. A source added that the Bill  is likely to be called the Protection of Manipur People Bill, 2015.
“Earlier, there were some differences to the demand for putting the base year for identification of the non Manipuri people to 1951. But the matter has been agreed now by the government,” said a source from the JCILPS. Now the only thing that matter is the mechanism to make arrangement for the non-locals who were found to have been living since the time till these days.
“As for the foreigners, it is easy as they could be deported back to their country, but when it comes to the Indians it will be difficult as the state government has no right to sent them back”, a government source said.
JCILPS has already stated that the demand for introduction of Inner Line Permit system in the state is not about preventing other communities from other states of the country but to introduce a permit system so that they can be checked to safeguard the interests of the indigenous people of the state.
“We don’t mean non-Manipuris are not allowed in the state, there is restriction, they can come, but with a permit provided by the state government”, said a leader of the JCILPS.
Soon after the differences has been sorted out, it is likely that the government will call an emergency sitting of the state assembly and pass the Bill.

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