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Way Forward campaign of AMUCO

by Guru Aribam Naocha
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Way Forward campaign of AMUCO

The ongoing campaign “Way Forward” of All Manipur United Clubs’ Organisation (AMUCO) was organised today at Kongba Kshetri Leikai, along with Imphal East District United Clubs Organisation (IEDUCO). Today’s campaign was attended by Ph Nando Luwang, President AMUCO, Ch Ongbi Usharani, Advisor AMAWOVA, Laishram Krishnachandra, Secretary Publicity, AMUCO, along with Santosh Koijam, Secretary Organisation AMUCO.
AMUCO put forward the 8 demands submitted to the Prime Minister of India in today’s campaign. The 8 demands of AMUCO included in the memorandum are to put an end to the ongoing crisis in the state, which includes putting an end to the war, providing assistance to the displaced people who have lost their houses, properties by the government, and rehabilitating the displaced people to their original birthplace.
AMUCO demands to amend Article 3 of the Indian Constitution, as this particular article gives the power to resize the boundary of a state in India and to put a clause in this particular article for Manipur to protect the territorial integrity of Manipur, to implement NRC in the state to prevent the influx of illegal immigrants endangering the national security of India.
AMUCO also demands District re-organisation and abolish Political Units set up according to communities, as the hardship faced by the minority tribes like Kom, Chiru, Aimol and Kabui inhabiting in Churachandpur district needs to be ended and hence, it is a must to reorganize Kangpokpi district earlier called Sadar Hills and Bishnupur district. Further, AMUCO demands to maintain a Special Administrative Zone in Moreh and Beihang, as these places fall in the Special Economy Zone and are inhabited by different communities. Lastly, to protect the Community Reserved Forest as per resolution of 1932 Manipur Darbar Resolution No. 10A of 20/7/1932 and to restrict Narco Trade and Poppy plantation in the state.

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