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PLMPAM decries Kuki militants’ aggression

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, July 14:

In a press meet held today at the office of the Poirei Leimarol Meira Paibi Apunba Manipur (PLMPAM), Khuyathong along with the All Manipur Women’s Voluntary Organisation (AMAWOVA), Longjam Memchoubi, President-PLMPAM decried the Kuki militants’ aggression on the Meitei in the aftermath of the so-called peace rally held on May 3, 2023 in Churachandpur wherein all the Meitei houses were ravaged to the ground. She condemned the burning down of Meitei houses, temples and looting of properties in Churachandpur on and after May 3. She appreciated the role of the generous individuals, clubs, Meira Paibis, CSOs and voluntary organisations in opening and helping the relief camps for the internally displaced people.
In her strongest words, Ima Memchoubi categorically rejected the idea of the Kuki narco-terrorists in demanding the formation of a Kuki homeland by balkanizing Manipur in collusion with the illegal Burmese Kuki-Zo militants. Manipur is not the home of the new Kukis coming from Burma but for the recognized 36 ethnic communities of Manipur including the old Kuki tribes, she said. On the other hand, she lambasted at the false propaganda of the Manipur government for its failure to provide basic amenities and textbooks to the children staying in the relief camps. She demanded the Kuki SoO militants to be sent back to their designated camps and withdrawal of the central security forces from Manipur and the deployment of the state police forces in the violence hit areas.
Lamenting over the killing of several innocent civilians by the Kuki terrorists, Ima Memchoubi questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence over two months over the present crisis as if the union government has meted out step motherly treatment towards Manipur. She opined if India failed to protect Manipur from the ongoing Kuki aggression on Manipur, it was better to throw away the Manipur Merger Agreement and reclaim the lost sovereignty of Manipur.

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