Denouncing the Indian Independence Day by terming it as “transfer of colonial hegemony” Kangleipak Communist Party, Military Council (KCP MC) today announced to call a 12 hour long public curfew on Indian Independence Day with effect from 6 am in the morning till 6 pm in the evening.A press statement signed by Paikhomba Meitei, Secretary Information and Publicity Military Affairs, KCP (MC) appealed not to observe any form of functions in connection with the day. Health care service, fire service, water supply, ritual service, electricity and print and electronic media will not be covered by the public curfew.The press statement alleged that in order to create a colonial paradigm of British-India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Governor General Lord Mountbatten and other politicians of India annexed altogether 562 independent princely states to India without knowing the centripetal and centrifugal tendency. Sardar Patel gained thorough knowledge of annexing princely states to Indian Union from the British.India became an independent country on 15th August, 1947, a day after Kangleipak got independence on 14th August, 1947. In its first attempt to annex Manipur in India, India produced a proposal to form Purbanchal Pradesh in 1948. On September 21, 1949 Maharaja Bodhachandra was forced to sign Merger Agreement at Shillong after calling him in the pretext of a discussion on Indo-Myanmar relation.