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Manipur Govt. still fails to convince CCpur JAC

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Imphal, Aug 13: The draft Bill prepared by the state government which has been made public through newspapers and website inviting if any, to sort out the differences between the various communities of the state has failed to convinced the JAC formed against the ILPS related Bills as it strongly opposed any introduction such Bill in the state.
In a press hand out, the JAC drafting of a new Bill is an insult to the Tribal Martyrs and tribal people in Manipur.
The JAC form against the Bill in an email to media house also stated that Hill area was never together with the valley area as it was govern by separate administration while the valley with Manipur Darbar. It said the then King of Manipur signed merger agreement with the Indian union only with the valley area measuring 26,500 hectors.
“In fact, the merger agreement with the Indian Union signed by the Manipur’s Maharaja Bodhachandra Singh extended only the valley area of the present Manipur…. And not a single inch of Hill Areas”, the public appealed distributed by the JAC stated.
The content of the ‘public appeal’ distributed by the JAC has the potential to incite hate felling among the various communities of the state as it mention sentimental issues regarding the territorial boundary of the erstwhile kingdom. And moreover, instead of submitting constructive criticism to the draft Bill by pointing out what actually are the articles which deprive the rights of the tribal people, the JAC straight away called the new draft Bill as “anti tribal”.
Political analyst now questioned the hidden agenda of the Manipur Government to the passing of the ILPS related Bills for allowing open illogical and dry argument to any move taken up for protection of the indigenous people of the state. 

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