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Removal of locals from key posts not unexpected: RPF

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Imphal, July 16:Asserting that over the years even after the forced merger of Manipur into India in 1949 the latter has not changed its imperialist outlook when dealing with the former, the Revolutionary People’s Party has admitted that it is not surprising that officers from mainland India were co-opted into key position in administrative positions like the advisor to the chief minister, chief secretary, chief justice, chancellor of university, deputy commissioner and heads of different offices among others. The seed of installing puppet governments in Manipur had sprouted with the signing of the instrument of merger on September 21 and it has worked as planned by the imperialist to promote a hegemonic rule. This was stated in a press release issued by the RPF yesterday. It added that it is also not surprising that MLAs, bureaucrats, high ranking police officers and cohorts in their corruption ring have wrongfully amassed quite a large amount of money meant for development and welfare schemes of the people for their own pocket without investing them on the concerned projects. It further added black laws are put into effect so that genocide and inter-ethnic conflicts can be orchestrated and put at risk the lives and health of many persons. The outfit also charged that the Indian government is playing divisive polices and ignoring right to self determination under democratic and international law. The influx of illegal migrants to the state has created a demografic terror, cautioned RPF. It further added that small products of the region particularly the indiginous crops and other handloom products has been slowly dominated by the outsiders and finally making the people dependent to the outsiders has supressed the dignity of the manipuri day after another.

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