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PREPAK greets people on 38th Foundation Day

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Proscribed group People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) today greats the people of the region on occasion of its 38th Foundation Day, which falls on October 9. In a lengthy press note signed by its acting chairman Kh. Sathy, the outfit termed the people of both hills and plain as oppressed people under the colonial regime of India. The Chairman also wish the members of all revolutionary outfit fighting with a common cause including the members of the CorCom and other revolutionary outfit of the WESEA region not leaving aside the journalists fraternity working in both electronic and print media.
“ We are shocked in the way that India is leading the once Asiatic Sovereign nation with a history of over 2000 year has been leading towards darkness after India forcibly annexed”, the statement said. It added that in this 66 years with the India, they have been sabotaging the relationship between hills and plain people besides its natural resources and identities of the people to such extend that it seems hard for revival. The bondage of relationships between each ethnic communities in the region has been severely affected by the intrusion of outsiders. . The statement added that the divide and rule strategy of the colonial regime has now succeeded in implanting the feeling of hatred among the various people an sometime the people forget that the people of the region once stand united.
Terming the present impasse in the region as a hidden agenda of the colonial government, the statement said that the Indian constitution is openly supporting the attempt to distort the land into pieces.
“The Indian constitution divides the communities of Kangeipak and allows a community to oppress another community”, said the statement of PREPAK’s acting chairman.
The statement also blamed the Indian regime as the cause for decline of work culture among the people of the state. It is outcome of the India government inability to rectify the protection of social security provided under the Universal declaration of human rights 1948.
The acting chairman also blamed the corrupt mainstream Indian political leaders who had implanted the habit of earning without working besides nurturing high level corruption. He said the need of the hour is to nurture work culture among the people of the state.
The divide and rule policy of the Indian government has darken the future of the nation state. Each effort to protect the identity and culture of the people from has been thwarted by the colonial regime. The attitude is clearly shown by the way at which Kashmir was annexed as a special category state while Kangleipak was considered as Part C state.
(To be Contd. Tomorrow)

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