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Trouble Manipur: State Assembly reaffirms to stand united and heal the wounds

by Aribam Bishwajit
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Imphal, Aug 29:

The nearly 10 minutes sitting of the 4th session of the 12th Manipur Legislative Assembly has reaffirmed its dedication to stay together in these trying times by healing wounds, fostering unity and creating a brighter future for all residents, amidst protest by shouting slogans by 5 congress MLAs.
“This House resolves to appeal to each and every individual not to pay heed to divisionary elements, maintain peace and shun violence in the interest of our State and Imphal, By adopting this resolution. this House reaffirms its dedication to stay together in these trying times by healing wounds, fostering unity and creating a brighter future for all residents”, the house resolved.
The motion was moved by the leader of the house Chief Minister N. Biren Singh.
“This House unanimously resolves to work for the oneness and harmony of all the people of Manipur, irrespective of caste, community, region, religion or language.
“The House also resolves that as peace is the priority of the State, this house will strive to resolve all the differences among the people till complete peace returns to the entire State, through dialogue and constitutional means.
During the few minutes session, Congress MLAs attended the session using a placard ‘Save Democracy’. They asked what kind of session is this. Either an emergency or a short-notice session? Congress Legislator Leader O. Ibobi said that there is no rule of law in Manipur.
Meanwhile, CM Biren said that during the Business Advisory Committee meeting, it was already decided to convene one one-day session. He also said that with regards to the present crisis investigation has already started and it is already in court.
Moving the motion to share pains to those who have lost their lives to the ongoing crisis CM Biren extended his grief and sorrow to the family who had lost their loved one during the crisis.

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