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MPCC team urges Manipur MPs to put up Manipur issues at Parliament

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MPCC team urges Manipur MPs to put up Manipur issues at Parliament

A team of Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee comprising Prof M. Ramananda Singh, Prof. Kh. Romesh Singh led by Hareshwar Goshwami, Vice-President, MPCC under the aegis of Keisham Meghachandra, President, MPCC submitted a Memorandum to 3 (three) MPs from Manipur, namely RK. Ranjan Singh, Lorho S. Pfoze and Maharaja Leishemba Sanajaoba.
The team also met Union Minister of State R.K. Ranjan Singh and pressed him to put up the present ongoing burning issue of Manipur in the winter parliament session. The discussion took place for about one hour. He stated that he could not put up any matter in the Parliament being a Minister of state. He is ready to help bring a solution to the Manipur crisis which has created a difficult situation.
Lorho S. Pfoze said that he also wanted to bring peace to Manipur. He is ready to help to bring peace in Manipur crisis. He is ready to bring out a solution to solve the problem of the Manipur crisis. The team could not meet Maharaja Leishamba Sanajaoba personally as he was not available in his residential office. But a memorandum to put up the burning issue of Manipur in the ongoing Parliament session was handed over to a family member.
The Memorandum Submitted to the three MPs in the Matter of Restoration of Peace and Normalcy in Manipur
The MPCC urged the three MPs to take up the present sweltering issues of Manipur for an appropriate decision during this Parliamentary Session with special attention on immediate rehabilitation and restoration of all displaced persons with adequate security and payment of suitable compensation urgently. And also immediate measures for the restoration of peace and normalcy in Manipur.

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