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Meira Paibi to launch Civil Disobediences Movement

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Sept 1:

Large number of Meira Paibi from various parts of the state today announced to launch Civil Disobedience Movement from tomorrow.
The announcement was made in a gathering held today at Uripok Khoisnam Leikai, Imphal West under the aegis of an organization called Committee on Mass Protest Against Assam Rifles.
“As the government had failed to follow the constitution of the country, we the Meira Paibis will launch Civil Disobedience Movement”, Sharmila Naosekpam told media persons. She said that Manipur has been encountering unrest for the past four months killing many precious life and properties.
“During the Civil Disobedience Movement all government employees should not attend to offices and all government-related works will be boycotted” Sharmila told newspersons.
Another member of the committee Jenifer said that the central and paramilitary forces were deployed in the state for the safety and security of the people of the state, but unfortunately, they are supporting miscreants instead of controlling violence.
In connection with the recently held state assembly session, Jenifer said that the state government has made a mockery of the democracy of India by convening just 12-minute sitting of the house and by not discussing the crisis happening in the state.
“As the government is no longer able to protect their people and follow the constitution, there is no point in following the government by public. With this view, the committee resolves to launch people’s disobedience movement,’’ she added.
She also informed that as part of the movement, they will stop taking relief material or aides from central or paramilitary forces, government employees both state and central should attend offices and they will stop plying state and central government vehicles. However electric service, water supply, solid waste management, and medical supply will not be covered under this movement. Anyone who goes against this movement should be held responsible by themselves for any consequences, she said.

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