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MNYO urges vigilance amid rising threats

by Guru Aribam Naocha
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MNYO urges vigilance amid rising threats

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Imphal, May 13:

The Manipur Naga Youth Organisation (MNYO) convened an emergency meeting on May 10, 2024, at Tarung Community Hall, issuing an appeal to all Naga individuals residing in Imphal and its surrounding areas to refrain from paying any ransom money to unknown miscreants. The meeting, prompted by complaints from Naga residents in Imphal regarding threats and intimidation by unidentified armed individuals, emphasized the importance of reporting any ransom demands or intimidations to local Youth Clubs and the MNYO Office.
According to a statement from the MNYO, the emergency meeting also addressed the concerns raised by Naga youth club leaders from Imphal Naga Villages regarding the persistent threats, looting, and physical abuse directed at Naga residents in and around Imphal. The meeting, presided over by MNYO President Mr. Athot Keitang and co-chaired by Momo Tantanga, Vice President of MNYO, was documented by Mr. Poudin Riamei, General Secretary of MNYO.
Additionally, the meeting resolved to establish the MNYO Imphal Branch under the auspices of MNYO to enhance operational efficiency and effectiveness in addressing such issues.
The MNYO emphasized its commitment to closely monitoring and assessing the situation of Naga residents in Imphal and its peripheries, particularly amidst the current ethnic tensions.

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