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PREPAK greets people on its ‘Colonialism Resist Day 2020’

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, April 26

Armed rebel group People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) greets the people in connection with the ‘Indian Colonialism Resist Day 2020’ observance and pay revolutionary salute to the victims of dreaded COVID-19 Pandemic. The outfit also pays revolutionary salute to those who are struggling at hospital due to attack by COVID-19.
The outfit observed the ‘Indian Colonialism Resist Day’ recalling the oppressive ruled by the Indian authority and the atrocities committed by the Indian security forces to the civilian of the region under the shadow of the various black laws, particularly in remembrance to the 1980 incident of Patsoi Langjing Khunou, where Indian Security force CRPF committed inhuman crime to the civilians
The outfit in a statement said that while Indian military forces have been committing genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and crimes of aggression in Kangleipak which have been prohibited by the ICC, the Government of India has been misleading the international community by projecting the liberation movement of Kangleipak as an internal law and order problem of India.
The outfit called on the people of Kangleipak to work collectively to fight the Government of India, the State Government and the security forces who are directly involved in committing in all kinds of atrocities to the International Criminal Court (ICC) or criminal tribunal set up by the UNSC.
Mainland Indians have been subjecting people of WESEA to all forms of racial discrimination and harassment. Many young students have been murdered and many more young girls have been sexually assaulted in different parts of mainland India, it remarked. The outfit went on to allege that mainland Indians do not share any empathy with the people of WESEA , what they crave for are the territory and resources of the region India became a State party to the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD) in 1968 but it has not yet enacted any law which can effectively deal with racism in the country, it said. Nonetheless, CERD has been monitoring what the signatory countries have/have been doing to curb racism in their respective countries.
The Government of India submitted its report to CERD only in 1996 and 2007. Since then, New Delhi is unable to submit any report, PREPAK said. Subsequent upon the report submitted in 2007, CERD pointed out that AFSPA is a racist law and asked India to repeal it. It then called upon all the people to raise the slogan ‘Go back Indian military forces’ collectively and grasp the opportunity to restore the lost sovereignty of Kangleipak

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