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Tribute paid to Prof. N. Sanajaoba on his 10th Death Anniversary

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, Dec 13

Fitting tribute was paid to Prof. Naorem Sanajaoba on his 10th death anniversary at Oja Sanajaoba Memorial Complex , Lairikyengbam Makha Leikai, Imphal East today morning.

A memorial function was organised by Oja Sanajaoba Memorial Trust (OSMT).

Chairperson of the Manipur State Minority Commission, Govt. of Manipur Md. Anwar Husian, Dean of Mathematical & Physical Sciences Prof. N. Rajmuhon, Former ADC members Filson Y. Lunghar, President of the Porei Leimarol Apunba Meira Paibi Manipur (PLAMPM) and Vice President of All Manipur United Club Organisation (AMUCO) K Helen and Advisor of the Hockey Union , Lairikyengbam Leikai Waribam Ibomcha graced the memorial function of late Prof. N. Sanajaoba as dignitaries.

A social thinker, a philosopher and a political thinker who served as a professor at Guwahati Law College, Late Prof. N. Sanajaoba during his life time had formulated various mechanism to bridge the cracks between various communities of the state. At many of his speech he tried to convince the leadership of the NSCN-IM to fight for a common cause for all the people of North East in general and the state of Manipur in Particular. He had even called on the General Secretary of NSCN-IM to lead the collective movement of the region. However late Prof. Sanajaoba had always criticize the concept of Pan culture.

During one of his speech Prof. Sanajaoba had said that nowhere in the world the concept of Pan Culture has succeeded. Even the great Hitler had failed and how can the Pan Meitei or Pan Naga Culture be successful. It will only divide the people of the region, the professor said and whatever he said still stands true.

Prof. Sanajaoba always advocated for the integrity of the state of Manipur. In many of his writing he had stated that according to the Uti Possidetis Jury India should never disturb the boundary of the state.

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