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Leimaram Waroiching Relief Camp Inmates submit memorandum to President

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Leimaram Waroiching Relief Camp Inmates submit memorandum to President

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Imphal, July 7:

The representatives of the inmates at Leimaram Waroiching Relief Camp, located at Leimaram Government High School, have submitted a memorandum to President Droupadi Murmu, through the Honourable Governor of Manipur, Anusuiya Uikey. The memorandum addresses critical issues and calls for immediate action to restore peace and order in Manipur.
The spokesperson for the relief camp, Thasana Leichombam, highlighted several urgent measures in the memorandum. One of the key demands is the update of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) to identify and deport illegal immigrants who have settled in Manipur and acquired Indian citizenship unlawfully. The inmates believe that this action is essential to maintain the integrity of citizenship records.
The memorandum also calls for the immediate abrogation of the Suspension of Operation (SOO) agreement entered into by the Government of India with the Kuki militant groups, which the inmates claim represent illegal immigrants. According to the memorandum, this agreement undermines the rule of law and compromises national security.
Another demand is the revocation of the recognition of illegal immigrants and the categorization of “Any Kuki Tribes” as Adivasi of India. The inmates argue that this step is necessary to ensure that the benefits meant for genuine tribal communities are not misappropriated.
Additionally, the memorandum emphasizes the need to cease the harassment and arrest of village volunteers who have come forward to defend civilians after the failure of central and state forces to protect them from attacks by Kuki narco-terrorists. The inmates argue that these volunteers should not be penalized for their efforts in defending their communities.
The inmates of Leimaram Waroiching Relief Camp express their trust in the leadership of President Murmu and hope for prompt action to address these urgent issues. They believe that these measures are crucial for restoring peace and stability in Manipur.
The memorandum has been formally submitted through the Governor of Manipur, Anusuiya Uikey, at Raj Bhavan, Imphal.

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