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LJP Manipur State Unit appeal MCPM to revoke boycott call

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Imphal, Oct 25: Lok Janashakti Party (LJP), Manipur Sate Unit has appealed the Maoist Communist Party, Manipur to revoke the decision to boycott the party.
Speaking to the media persons at the office of LJP, Karam Shyam, MLA of Langthabal Assembly Constituency said that the boycott put upon the party and himself is very unfortunate as LJP do not have any connection with any gang or party. The party thinks and works for the welfare of the people for the society.  The allegation put upon the party and MLA himself of having connection with a gang party Delhi based is totally unacceptable, he added.
MLA also said that despite being a small party having small member in the Manipur State Unit, LJP works for the interest of the people of the state. The party strongly condemned the allegation, he added.
RK Somorendro (Kaiku), President, Dalit Sena Manipur Unit said that after coming into the politics, many persons greeted and wished him but he have no idea of who is who.
He said he have no intention to go against the party.
While he was attending a function (Swasti Puja) for one of his friend at Delhi, he met the political leaders of the LJP and has taken some photos which were later uploaded at social media. Unfortunately, the photos seems to have created a wrong intention to the concerns but he do not have any idea that it would turn out in such a way that, treats will a part of him, he added.
RK Somorendro appeals the concerns group to revoke the band put upon the party.
Ningombam Ibohal Singh, LJP Spokesperson said that the party has never worked against any group or the people or the society and never will. LJP also does have any intention to seek support from any concern group or organization.
Since LJP is working in the interest of the people, being the spokespersons, appeal the concern group to revoke the boycott at the earliest.

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