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KCP to observe 38th Foundation Day tomorrow President Laba expresses apprehension on cultural colonisation to the erstwhile nation (Part-1)

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Imphal, April 13,

 Proscribed group Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP) is observing its 38th Foundation day tomorrow, the 14th April.
President of the rebel group, Ksh. Laba Meitei, while greeting the people of Kangleipak and WESEA region on the occasion expressed apprehension over the cultural domination to the people of the erstwhile nation.
Elaborating on how the mindset of the people of the region have been colonised, Laba, said that people of the region now feel no shame in calling themselves as Indian.
“Administrators have started writing letter in Hindi language. Leaving aside, the 1949 Shillong Accord, leader of today openly declared that we have been part of India since Dwapura Yug”, the president of the armed rebel group in a statement on behalf of the party said.
It further added that People now started thinking that Hindutva is the only way for survival. This is a clear example of complete colonisation of mindsets of the people.
The lengthy statement also systematically analysed on how the colonisation is nearing completion. It says that education is a tool to for colonising the mindset of the people and the Colonial rulers frame the education system at their will to colonise the people. The concept of the colonialism is to utilise completely to expand the colonisation. Then, come the domination to the economic and political freedom. However, until the mental sphere is completely put under control colonialism never complete. To complete the mission various technique are being used to dominate the culture, language, literature and history. People who were put under their control are utilised for expansion purpose again.
The statement said, today our folk wisdom which keep alive our tradition, culture, work culture, discipline and etiquette has been replaced by the colonised mindset.
The Indian education system which has been imposed is based on the Indian value and the traditional folk lore of our people and cultural norms have been substituted.
Appealing people of the region to understand the phenomenon of how the region has been slowly colonised the outfit appealed to protect the mindset from being colonised by the colonizers.  

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