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Sent back foreigners to their native place, don’t groom foreigners – Federation of Haomee

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Oct 25:

Federation of Haomee has urged the government to send back the foreigners to their respective native places. The Federation said this in connection with the rising number of foreign nationals who had been unofficially taking shelter in the state of Manipur as well as at the adjoining areas of Indo-Myanmar border inside the Indian Territory.
It said that after the February 1 Military coup at Myanmar lots of Myanmar nationals have entered Manipur and other adjoining areas inside India at Indo Myanmar border “unofficially”. For the state of Mizoram, their government had given refuge to 12,939 Myanmar nationals at Mizoram and this number has been officially announced. However, for the state of Manipur as the government had not given any refuge to the Mayanmar national. Still, then there are reports of Myanmar nationals entering and settling the state unofficially, the Haomee said and added that recently on September 30 14 Myanmar nationals were caught by a team of Tengnoupal Police and Assam Rifles while they were trying to board for New Delhi.
“This Myanmar national who entered the state illegally possessed fake Aadhar Cards”, The Federation of Haomee said added that there is the possibility of many Myanmar nationals being hidden in the territory of Manipur.
The Haomee said that external influx is more dangerous than the Covid-19 as it has the tendency to wipe out the indigenous population of the state. This external influx is even more dangerous than cancer, the Haomee added.
The Haomee further added that as per 1881 census, the total Meitei village was 121, the number of Kuki /Chin /Mizo Village was 72, a number of Mussalman village was 2, Indigenous Hill people was 275 , as per record by Captain W.E. Dunn. As per the 2019 Census, the total villages of Indigenous hill people was 899 and the Kuki/Chin/Mizo village claims to around 1700. In this situation, if the government fails to take up appropriate measures with a political will then the indigenous population of the state may be extinct.
The Haomee also questions why the Government of Manipur is not able to implement the inner line permit in all the places of the state. Even as the Foreigner Act has been enforced it has existed just for namesake. The Haomee appealed to the government to take seriously the external influx in the state if they care for their motherland

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