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KSA’s demand reaches Assembly house; CM assures to look after illegal enrolment of voters

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Imphal, July 31: Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh today assured the house of the ongoing state assembly session that some of the demand that student body Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) are genuine and will be look after however some demand like reservation of seat at eight assembly constituencies will need to be discussed in depth along with legal and constitutional experts.
Normally question attention drew during zero hour were not answer by any concern Ministers or the leader of the house but to some matter at which the leader of the house felt need of the hour  the Speaker allowed the leader of the house on certain matter. Today’s issues on the demand by student body KSA was put up by Congress MLA RK Imo during zero hour.
He said the student body KSA has been spearheading a protest to save the indigenous people of the state and have also been demanding to cancel the illegal voters enrolled in the electoral rolls. He said as people in the state are having apprehension about the fate of the indigenous people of the state, the student body also demand reservation of seat for indigenous people in eight state assembly constituencies and this need to be discussed.
Chief Minister N. Biren Singh who is also the leader of the house said that the government too is very much concern about the protection of the indigenous people. He said there might be some illegal enrolment of voters at some constituencies and the matter will be seriously looked upon. However, in case of reservation of seats for indigenous people at 8 assembly segments the government cannot decide it at any time. Passing of such decision needs consultation of legal expert and other stake holders.
Biren further assure to discuss the matter with the KSA and also with other stake holder while appealing all to restrain any form of protest.

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