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Nodes to change NSU site irked Locals of Wangjing; pour out anger to Sora people

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Union Minister Vijay Goel who had showed reluctant to establish National Sports University (NSU) and Yaithibi Loukol and his desire to change the site at Koutruk had angered the locals of Thoubal district particularly to those residents of Wangjing Tentha Assembly Constituency.

Angered over the decision, people of Wangjing Tentha Assembly Constituency today came out at Khongjom Keithel and force back all people from Sora by pulling down from vehicles. The irate locals blamed the people of Sora who had disrupted yesterday’s inspection visit of the Union Minister of State (Independent –in-charge) for Youth Affairs and Sports, Vijay Goel. A local of the Khongjom said that those trying to disrupt the minister’s visit were not the land owners and they have no right to sabotage the peoples’ dream of constructing the National Sports University at the site.

Almost all land owners of the selected site has agreed to the government proposal of establishing the sports university at 44-Yaithibi Loukol and the matters relating to the disputed portion has also been settled and how could the Union Minister opined to change the site for the construction of the National Sports University after all formalities for acquisition of the land has been completed, another local said.

“We will not allow any person from Sora Village to cross Khongjom Keithel, we know every one of them and we will drive them home”, said a local stopping the Saro locals from around 7 am today morning.

He further added that there will be no disturbance to any other vehicle as the uproar is only to those people from Sora village. He further said the banned to the movement of people from Sora Village will continue till the state and the union government announces to establish the National Sports University at Yaithibi Loukol- the site the state government had already acquired. 

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