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There will be no separate administration in Manipur : HM Amit Shah assures COCOMI

by Konthoujam Gita
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Imphal, Aug 28:

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has reportedly assured that there will be no separate administrations in Manipur. The Home Minister assured this to the 13 (thirteen) members delegation of the Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) during their meeting at his official residence in New Delhi on August 25 at 10.30 am. They were invited by the Home Minister through North East in-charge of the BJP Dr. Sambit Patra.
Highlighting the details of the meeting, the COCOMI Media Coordinator, Thokchom Somorendra said that during the meeting the Union Home Minister emphasized a firm stance against all forms of infiltration into Manipur’s territory. Measures are being implemented to register immigrants using biometrics, including retina scans. Stringent action will be taken against all forms of infiltration into Manipur’s territory Amit Shah assured and added that the government is expediting border fencing in the Manipur sector to address concerns about mass infiltration in Manipur.
The COCOMI team lead by its coordinator Jeetendra Ningomba were also reportedly assured full proof security on National Highways. As conveyed by the COCOMI media coordinator the Union Home Minister also ensured the movement and distribution of commodities in the state. He however stated that ‘this’ can be possible with the support from both side of the communities. He also assured necessary deployment of convoys to secure the highways shall be ensured in few days.
On the other hand, the Home Minister appealed for peace in the state and requested COCOMI to initiate the lead role. Amit Shah also appealed COCOMI was encouraged to initiate dialogues with responsible Kuki leaders and groups to facilitate problem-solving and peace-building.
The COCOMI statement further stated that after meeting the Union Home Minister the delegation also meet the Director of Intelligence Bureau and Security Advisor.
“In the subsequent detailed discussion with the Director of the Intelligence Bureau and Security Advisor Northeast Mr. AK Mishra, the delegation of COCOMI presented the complexities of issues affecting Manipur, including illegal immigration, cross-border narco-terrorism, exploitation of forest resources, and SoO violations’, COCOMI Media Coordinator, Thokchom Somorendra said.
He said that the MHA officials acknowledged and took note of these critical points.
The Director of the Intelligence Bureau provided insights into the current crisis in Manipur and its understanding of critical issues. After thorough discussion, the officials urged COCOMI to prioritize the immediate measures outlined in the letter.
They also emphasized the importance of continued engagement and cooperation with the government and stakeholders to facilitate a quicker resolution of the crisis.
The COCOMI delegations were represented by 13 Members with Jeetendra Ningomba, Coordinator COCOMI leading the delegation, accompanied by Consultative members Yumnamcha Dilipkumar, Ak Shethajit, K Maharabi, Th Bharat, Khomdram Ratan with COCOMI Asst. Coordinators Joychandra Konthoujam, Longjam Ratankumar, Somorendro Thokchom, Khuraijam Athouba, Ph Shyamchand, Y Surjitkumar and L Jayanta.

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