Imphal, Jan 2:
The Manipur Youth League (MAYOL) long march entered its 13th day on January 1. Today, on the 14th day, a health check-up camp was organized for the marchers at the Public Health Center (PHC) Bashikhong.
Yesterday, the MAYOL volunteers reached Kongba Dhobi Lampak in Imphal East, where a public meeting was held. Aribam Noutaneshori, a retired Session Judge, and N. Rupachandra, the Chief Editor of Impact TV, served as resource persons for the meeting. The meeting was organized by the All Kongba Road United Club Organisation (AKRUCO), and local people gathered to attend.
After the meeting, the committed young volunteers from MAYOL continued towards their destination. Along the route, thousands of local people from Uchakon, Khongman, and Bashikhong warmly welcomed them with flowers. A public meeting was held at the Bashikhong Panthoibi Youth Club Complex, where social scientist Dr. Dhanabir Laishram and Kh. Loya, the Editor of Naharolgi Thoudang, shared their opinions on various issues.
The marchers will spend two nights at the Bashikhong Panthoibi Youth Club Complex.
On the morning of January 3, the 15th day of the march, the Bashikhong Panthoibi volunteers from MAYOL will head towards Kyamgei Mamang Leikai, Lilong Chajing, Lilong Haoreibi, and Samurou. A public meeting will be held at Wangoi, and then the march will continue to Yumnam Huidrom before concluding for the day at Mayang Imphal.
The long march began on December 20 from Kangla and will conclude at the Maharaj Gambhir Singh Complex in Canchipur on January 9.