Removal of locals from key posts not unexpected RPF

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Asserting that over the years even after the forced merger of Manipur into India in 1949 the latter has not changed its imperialist outlook when dealing with the former, the Revolutionary People’s Party has admitted that it is not surprising that officers from mainland India were co opted into key position in administrative positions like the advisor to the chief minister, chief secretary, chief justice, chancellor of university, deputy commissioner and heads of different offices among others Source IT News

Removal of locals from key posts not unexpected RPF

Read original news article in full at Epao

Asserting that over the years even after the forced merger of Manipur into India in 1949 the latter has not changed its imperialist outlook when dealing with the former, the Revolutionary People’s Party has admitted that it is not surprising that officers from mainland India were co opted into key position in administrative positions like the advisor to the chief minister, chief secretary, chief justice, chancellor of university, deputy commissioner and heads of different offices among others Source IT News