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MLA AK Mirabai urges for extension of the session for adopting resolution in connection with the Indo Naga peace talk

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Dec 20

Congress MLA AK Mirabai today urged the speaker of the Manipur Legislative to extend the 9th session of the 11th Manipur Legislative Assembly for at least a day to discuss and take a resolution on the issue of the Indo-Naga peace talk
Bringing up the issue as public importance during zero hour in the last day of the session, Ak Mirabai said that people of the state under the aegis of Co-ordinating Committee on the Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) has been demanding full assurance for the protection of the territorial and administrative boundary of the state of Manipur while settling the issue of the NSCN-IM and the Government of India.
“We have heard from media report that the government may grant an autonomous council for the Naga inhabited in the state of Manipur and if it is true the house need to adopt a resolution for protection of the state”, the Congress MLA said during zero hour.
Earlier during question hour another Congress MLA RK Imo had sought information regarding the status of the Indo Naga Peace talk from the leader of the house.
Leader of the Manipur Legislative Assembly, who is also the chief minister of Manipur in his re ply said that central government has not disclosed or communicated anything about the status of the Indo Naga Peace Talk to the State government. The Chief Minister further said that the Union Home Minister has made no official communication to the state government regarding the meeting between the representatives of the Civil Society bodies of Manipur and political parties.
Regarding the stand of the Manipur government for protection of the state of Manipur, the Chief Minister said that Resolution adopted by the State Assembly adopted on December , 22, 2017 and July 23, 2018 had been submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs.  

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