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National Reconsolidation Day 2021 Observed

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Imphal, Jan 10:

The United People’s Front (UPF) Manipur observed the 187 Death Anniversary of Iningthou Nongdrenkhomba as 9 January ‘National Reconsolidation Day, 2021’ at Lamyanba Shanglen, Palace Compound. The function was attended by UPF President W Second, Kabui Union Manipur General Secretary Lanbon Kabui, Kuki Inpi President Mangcha Haokip, Tangkhul Naga Foothill Organisation (TNFO) Vice President RV Son Zimik as presidium Members on the dais and Professor MC Arun Manipur University , Assistant Professor Dr Abdul Salam Thoubal College and Associate Editor, Imphal Review of Arts and Politics, RK Bobichand as resource persons. Floral tributes were paid to the photo of the late king who led in expelling the Burmese from Manipur to end ‘Seven Years Devastation’ on the occasion.
Speaking at the function of the 187 Death anniversary of Iningthou Nongdrenkhomba Professor MC Arun expressed that cooperation is needed from each ethnic community group to bring development for a consolidated Manipur. From the efforts given by various patriots including Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba, the various ethnic communities of Manipur were able to create a new Manipur after defeating the Burmese invaders. It is mentioned in the history of Manipur that during the reign of King Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba, King Nara Singh and Herachandra who was known as dacoit king of Manipur also took a major role in driving out the Burmese invaders, he added. In a similar manner, cooperation is needed from various ethnic communities inhabiting in the state to save the territorial integrity of the present day Manipur. Prof MC Arun recalled the role of Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba in the National liberation movement after 7 years of rule by Burmese and maintained that he was the symbol of unity.
Associate Editor, Imphal Review of Arts and Politics, RK Bobichand expressed, considering the present scenario of Manipur, the people are apprehensive that the territorial integrity of the state may come under threat. The observation of the function will be fruitful if it can encourage the ethnic communities of Manipur to cooperate among each other by setting aside the narrow outlooks.

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