ZYF condoles untimely demise of G Adummei Rongmei

The Zeliangrong Youth Front ZYF has expressed shock and offered condolence on the sudden and untimely demise of G Adummei Rongmei of Lilong Chaobok Kabui Village who passed away on January 28 Source The Sangai Express

The Zeliangrong Youth Front ZYF has expressed shock and offered condolence on the sudden and untimely demise of G Adummei Rongmei of Lilong Chaobok Kabui Village who passed away on January 28 Source The Sangai Express

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NSCNIM on ‘poll rampage’

NSCN IM which is under a ceasefire pact with the Government of India has been going on the rampage in addition to severely assaulting seven people including five Congress supporters in Chingai AC of Ukhrul district Source The Sangai Express

NSCN IM which is under a ceasefire pact with the Government of India has been going on the rampage in addition to severely assaulting seven people including five Congress supporters in Chingai AC of Ukhrul district Source The Sangai Express

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Allegations fly, repoll demanded TC raises pitch, demands repoll in hill districts

Levelling allegations that the Congress and the NPF parties had committed widespread proxy voting in the hill areas in the just concluded election to the 10th Legislative Assembly, the Manipur Pradesh Trinamool Congress Committee MPTCC has demanded t…

Levelling allegations that the Congress and the NPF parties had committed widespread proxy voting in the hill areas in the just concluded election to the 10th Legislative Assembly, the Manipur Pradesh Trinamool Congress Committee MPTCC has demanded that re poll be conducted in the five hill districts Source The Sangai Express

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Martyr’s Day observed

As observed across the country, the Martyr’s Day was observed at the State level here today at GM Hall in commemoration of the death anniversary of Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi Source The Sangai Express

As observed across the country, the Martyr’s Day was observed at the State level here today at GM Hall in commemoration of the death anniversary of Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi Source The Sangai Express

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Council of Nagalim Churches NSCNGPRN appeals

The Council of Nagalim Churches CNC NSCN GPRN in a press statement appealed and informed all the Brigades, Battalions and Regional Churches throughout Nagalim to observe February 5th 2012, 1st Sunday as the National Fasting and prayer Day with the th…

The Council of Nagalim Churches CNC NSCN GPRN in a press statement appealed and informed all the Brigades, Battalions and Regional Churches throughout Nagalim to observe February 5th 2012, 1st Sunday as the National Fasting and prayer Day with the theme on REPENTENCE is to obtain forgiveness from the wrath of God Source Hueiyen News Service

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Ultras nabbed

IMPHAL, Jan 30: Two UNLF cadres were arrested during the last 48 hours by security… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: Two UNLF cadres were arrested during the last 48 hours by security forces.

In a joint operation, a team of 5/9 GR and 6/8 GR of Red Shield Division acting on specific information arrested a UNLF cadre who has been identified as s/s Sanjoi Singh of Project Mapal Taupokpi of Bishenpur district today, stated a press release. He was handed over to Bishenpur police station.

Earlier, personnel of 27 AR arrested another cadre of the same outfit identified asM Devachandra, 23, son of N Mangijao of Laphupat Tera Mayai Leikai from the same locality yesterday.

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HC rejects Das`s plea

GUWAHATI, Jan 30 (NNN): Murder accused Mahendra Nath Das` writ petition has been dusmissed by… more »

GUWAHATI, Jan 30 (NNN): Murder accused Mahendra Nath Das` writ petition has been dusmissed by the Gauhati High Court on Monday.

After having had languished in prison for the past 12 years Mahendra Nath Das had filed the writ petition last year. The murder accused sought commutation of his death sentence to life imprisonment since he had already spent more than 12 years in jail during the disposal of his plea seeking presidential clemency. The mercy plea was addressed to former President KR Narayanan in 1999 by Mahendra’s family. It was rejected in May last year by President Pratibha Patil.

It it worth noting that Mahendra Nath Das had beheaded one Harakanta Das in the commercial hub of Guwahati on April 24, 1996 and surrendered before the police with the victim`s head. He has been languishing in jail since 1997 after the Sessions Court, Kamrup ordered his execution. The death sentence was subsequently upheld by both the Gauhati High Court and the Supreme Court.

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TMC demands re-poll in hill constituencies while BJP wants re-poll in Thoubal AC

IMPHAL, Jan 30 (NNN): The Trinamool Congress on Monday demanded re-poll in almost all the… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30 (NNN): The Trinamool Congress on Monday demanded re-poll in almost all the hill Constituencies of Manipur which went to the polls on January 28, while the BJP demanded re-poll in Thoubal Constituency, the home Constituency of Chief Minister Okram Ibobi, alleging of rigging.

“Trinamool Congress had demanded more security personnel for the hill districts well ahead of the Saturday polls, but it was not implemented by Election Commission of India (ECI) that resulted in a big lapse in security”, Manipur Pradesh Triamool Congress president Kim Gangte alleged talking to the media at the Manipur Press Club here.

The Kuki militant groups, which are under Suspension of Operations (SoO) involving the Central and State Governments, and the NSCN-IM, which is also under peace-talks with the Centre were openly involved and meddled in the just concluded polls. She alleged that the Kuki militants openly supported the Congress candidates, while Naga People’s Front (NPF) was supported by the NSCN-IM.

“Voters in the hill districts failed to get their franchise rights in most of the polling stations and it is quite necessary that re-poll be conducted in the areas where polling process had been paralyzed and manipulated by militants”, Kim demanded.

The Manipur unit Trinamool president also said money and muscle power were used as  tools to woo voters against the model code of conduct issued by ECI. Two Trinamool workers were kidnapped by a Congress supporter in one of the pre-poll incidents, she alleged, adding that a white Bolero jeep bearing no. MNO2-3390 was also used in the kidnapping.

The Kuki militant groups under SoO actively helped the Congress in the polls, Kim further alleged and said that the Saikot polling booth was captured by Congress supporters and no official came up to enquire into the incident.

A formal complaint will be lodged to ECI regarding all the malpractices and fraudulent polling and call for re-poll in almost all the hill Constituencies, she added.

Meanwhile, the BJP today also demanded re-poll in at least eight polling stations in Chief Minister Okram Ibobi bastion 31-Thoubal Constituency on Monday.

In Thoubal Constituency, the presiding officer and the other poll personnel were deputed mostly from Thoubal district and Sugnu and this was a gross violation of the ECI guidelines, BJP national general secretary, Tapir Gao told reporters at Manipur Pradesh BJP office here.

Tapir also said using mobile phones in taking photograph of voter during the polling process was really an absurd policy of the ECI. The party has demanded suspension of the concerned Returning Officer and eight presiding Officers of Thoubal, he added.

In one of the polling stations in the hill, one person sat near the EVM and would press the buttons after asking the voters which candidates they were choosing, the former MP from Arunachal Pradesh alleged.

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`Mizoram economy flourishing`

AIZWAL, Jan 30 (NNN): Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla today said that due to the… more »

AIZWAL, Jan 30 (NNN): Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla today said that due to the long 20-years insurgency, Mizoram could not join with its counterparts in respect of development in economy but with the help of various nationalised agency like NABARD, the state’s economy and development is on the path of improvement.

The chief minister was saying this while delivering a speech at the ‘State Credit Seminar for 2012-13’ organised by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Mizoram regional office in Aizawl today. 

Lal Thanhawla Mizoram is rich in various natural resources which will greatly act as a catalyst in the improvement of the state`s economy. He also informed the gathering that his government will take necessary steps to materialise the points which are mentioned in the State Focus Paper prepared by NABARD.

State Credit Seminar 2012-13 is being organised to discuss State Focus Paper prepared by the NABARD for the upcoming year i,e,. 2012-13.

Lal Thanhawla while expressing concern for improvement of farmers said that agriculture credit flow should be introduced more extensively across the state so that each and every farmer enjoys the benefit. The chief minister also asked NABARD to introduce scheme for government flagship programme New Land Use Policy (NLUP) beneficiaries so as to make them successful in utilising the funds received through the programme (NLUP). He further asked NABARD to continue giving credit support to various self help groups and give special attention to hand-loom sector. “NABARD should frequently organise awareness programme so that loan repayment will be more regular, he appealed. The present condition of loan repayment which stood at 63% is comparatively low,” said the chief minister.

It can be noted that NABARD is expanding its developmental initiatives for all round economic growth of Mizoram through various financial and promotional interventions.

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Ban on entertainment programmes lifted

IMPHAL, Jan 30: The Maoist Communist Party, Manipur has lifted its ban on organizing sumang… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: The Maoist Communist Party, Manipur has lifted its ban on organizing sumang leela and musical programmes and screening of films outside the cinemas as the elections have ended.

In a press release, the outfit stated that several incidents that occurred during the run up to the polls have justified its decision to temporarily impose the curbs during the prelude despite the attempts from several quarters to wrongly influence the people about its intention.

However, it added that the ban on supporters of four ministers and candidates of Sekmai’s Trinamool Congress and INC will stay.

On the other hand, the MCP alleged that several elements in the Manipur Film Forum has tried to malign its image after misrepresenting its sincere appeals and sway the opinions of the whole organizations dishonestly. 

The decision of the members of forum to air their opinions against the group in a public meeting was unfortunate but the MCP does not hold any grudge against any one of them. Neither has the group served any curb on people involved with Manipuri movies in the past. It had simply requested them not to publicly screen their movies till elections were over and subsequently diluted punishment were meted to three films that went against it.  The group said no monetary demand will be sent to artist or other persons related to the film industry, sumang leela group or singers. The release made an appeal to the film forum to disengage itself from activities disparaging the group and followed it up with a warning that such mistakes will not go unnoticed. 

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AMWJU to boycott CPI

IMPHAL, Jan 30: Condemning the mishandling of media-persons who were covering the news of Thoubal… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: Condemning the mishandling of media-persons who were covering the news of Thoubal general strike by supporters of the strike today, AMWJU has announced a total black-out on news related to the strike.

It has further resolved to impose an indefinite boycott of CPI, Manipur State Council and the JAC formed on the death of Moiranghtem Ragini, who was shot at Tentha yesterday, in mysterious circumstances and led to the bandh. 

AMWJU stated that strikers stamped on the spectacles of a journalists after removing it from his face besides firing catapults at the team of media persons.

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National Camp

IMPHAL, Jan 30: GOC 57 Mountain Divison, Major General Binoy Poonen flagged off a National… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: GOC 57 Mountain Divison, Major General Binoy Poonen flagged off a National Integration Tour expedition participated by 30 students from different villages of Senapati district at Maram today. The team also included two teachers and a conducting team led by Major A Karjagi.It will be visiting various locations of Dimapur, Siliguri and Kolkatta, was organized by 5 AR under the aegis of Senapati Brigade of Red Shield Division. It will also meet and interact with the Army Commander, Eastern Command and GOC 3 Corp in addition to visits at various locations of educational and tourist interest.

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Ultras nabbed

IMPHAL, Jan 30: Two UNLF cadres were arrested during the last 48 hours by security… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: Two UNLF cadres were arrested during the last 48 hours by security forces.

In a joint operation, a team of 5/9 GR and 6/8 GR of Red Shield Division acting on specific information arrested a UNLF cadre who has been identified as s/s Sanjoi Singh of Project Mapal Taupokpi of Bishenpur district today, stated a press release. He was handed over to Bishenpur police station.

Earlier, personnel of 27 AR arrested another cadre of the same outfit identified asM Devachandra, 23, son of N Mangijao of Laphupat Tera Mayai Leikai from the same locality yesterday.

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RPF claim

IMPHAL, Jan 30: The RPF has claimed that at least six army personnel including an… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: The RPF has claimed that at least six army personnel including an officer were either killed or injured in an ambush laid by PLA cadres at an area between Kharao and Narum Khul in Tegnoupal sub-division in the afternoon of January 28. In a press release, the banned outfit stated that its fighters used heavy artilleries and bombs during the attack. However, the wily army has so far successfully kept hidden the real extent of the damage inflicted on them, it added. The outfit stated that the series of attack on security forces by different insurgent groups in the recent past has proven that they are engaged in valiant fight against the enemies.

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NCC cadets

IMPHAL, Jan 30: About 300 cadets of the No. 1 Manipur Air Sqn (Flying) NCC… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 30: About 300 cadets of the No. 1 Manipur Air Sqn (Flying) NCC who are presently attending an annual training camp at DM College complex competed at a cross country race today. The race began at their campsite and terminated at NCC Ground after passing through Kangla Fort from its western gate.

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Badly Timed Limbo

It is pertinent to delve some more on the likely drawbacks of the prolonged wait… more »

It is pertinent to delve some more on the likely drawbacks of the prolonged wait for the result of elections to the 10th Manipur Legislative Assembly held on January 28. The anticipated government limbo on account of this is extremely ill-timed as February is the concluding month of the financial year in this country, and the Union Budget for the coming year would be out on the last day of the month. Not long after, the state too would be holding its own budget session. It is true in all the years that have gone by, the annual budget session has not been taken too seriously by successful governments. These sessions as well as the budget documents to be discussed and passed have been in the nature of annual balance sheets of the government, and thereby in their essence, an accounting affair. Under the circumstance, most of them could have been done better by a chartered accountant, for they seldom, if at all, have been a vision statement of a government. But, many in the intelligentsia in the recent past have been trying to induce the government to incline towards the latter and were hopeful that there would be an attitude shift in the near future. This Assembly limbo at such a crucial time of the year cannot but be considered encouraging from this standpoint. It has been just two days since the elections were held, and so it may yet be too early to comment on the how the caretaker government would conduct itself for the next one month, but it is expected that it would be a joyless job for those in shadow power of circumstance. Who would be enthusiastic to begin any meaningful work now, knowing full well it could be others who claim the credit for them. We do however hope and trust the present team would at least be committed enough to keep the normal functioning of the government mechanism intact without slackening too much.

On the positive side, at least the election office would be in a better position to study the performances of its officials on the ground on the day of the polling and decide on how many repolls are to be held now that it has over a month to accomplish this mission. Since there is much more time than usual, we hope and trust it will be able to tie up all loose ends satisfactorily. This is important considering the number of complaints pouring in, especially from the hill districts, of malpractices at the point of the gun by militants. Since the voting procedure included individual mug-shot of voters taken against his election ink stained finger prior to casting of vote, it should not be difficult to determine if there have indeed been cases of impersonations. If the number of votes polled and the number of pictures do not tally, the answer to this question would become obvious. There have also been complaints of intimidation and coercion of voters outside of the polling arena. On this count, we suppose there would be no foolproof way of accounting them or taking remedial action. This is basically a policing lacuna and nothing to do with the election office. But then, intimidation or no intimidation, voting was done in secrecy, so once inside the booth, the voters would have had the freedom to make the choices they want. At least from this point of view, there can be no doubt this time it would be a popular mandate on who should be in power in the state.

But the election this time, as have been noted by many, would be interesting for the verdict on at least two other issues. One is on whether the popular aspirations are still in congruence with what many underground organisations think they are. There was a virtual ban on the ruling Congress by a group of powerful insurgent organisations and if the people still vote the Congress into power, or even as the single largest party, it should serve as an alarm bell for the concerned militant organisations to introspect and read the bold writings on the wall. The other issue at stake is the question of faith, or call it challenge if you please, to the idea of Manipur as a federal home for many different ethnic groups. The entry of Nagaland chief minister, Niephiu Rio’ Naga Peoples’ Front, NPF, into the election fray, campaigning on a variation of what the United Naga Council, UNC, has been championing for some years now – that of dismembering Manipur to create a separate administration for Naga of the state, is the case in point. It will now be known if this dissenting view of Manipur has popular support when it comes to the crux. Whatever the verdict of the electorate is let the lessons the verdict offer be learnt by all concerned.

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‘Youth to the Edge’ To Promote Adventure Activities In North East India

NEW DELHI, Jan 30 – A unique experiment ‘Youth to the Edge’ was launched on Monday. The project is aimed to promote adventure activities in the remote areas of North East Region (NER). The pilot…

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Devala cricket tournament

IMPHAL, Jan 31: ASHA Nagamapal defeated DALLAS Moijing by 70 runs in the first quarter… more »

IMPHAL, Jan 31: ASHA Nagamapal defeated DALLAS Moijing by 70 runs in the first quarter final match of 15th Devala Memorial Cricket Tournament held at Basu Ground Khangabok.

ASHA took the first batting and scored 107 runs for all out in 18 overs. However, DALLAS could not reach the target. All wickets were down in 12.1 overs with a score of only 33 runs.

In the second quarter-final match, WYC Wangkhem defeated SWC by four wickets.

SWC took 86 runs for all out in 19 overs while WYC took 89 runs for six wickets in 13.1 overs.

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Democracy And Politics In India

(MPP, AGP V/s NPF and neighbouring politics) By B. Angousana Sharma, Retd. CPF A comprehensive… more »

(MPP, AGP V/s NPF and neighbouring politics)
By B. Angousana Sharma, Retd. CPF
A comprehensive but concise outlook for 63 year constitutional parliamentary democracy in India is now appeared to be rough, rugged and blurred surface of a mirror in the public domain through the unadmissible administration of the multi-party parliamentary debatorium with the agendas of insignificant unlimited provision in the conglomerated constitution which roomed to confiscate the right of the citizens of the country by the incapable and unbridled democracy, steering by the limited Heads of the nation; whom are under suspicious sounding everywhere in the administration, which is unfortunate for the democracy when claimed to be the biggest democratic country in the world, whereof the most hoached-poached discipline of administration exhibits; where, discipline of the people is yet to be immunized; as if, else of the integrity in the majority population is showing the intuitional ethics which playing as key role in the society; as of the fact the administration of the biggest populated country is pulling like crankering a huge body, but how far the pully of chain would claim to be maintaining the administration of a super-power ascending sub-continent seems to be a hard task for the nation. Because, the multi-party, unistitutional political segments are causing to be stone-blocked on the path of development with the regional and local political pill boxes.

It is also true enough the National Political Heads are playing in the capital Head Quarters; in the meantime the regional/local loop holes might enlarge which leads to be a corrupt plant turned to be obstacle the mainstream of the administration. On the one hand the local and regional political discipline would turn to play the cards of the lapsed in the administration. Besides, the national issues termed to local interpretation. Rest of the problems become local, which, later shoulder to the population. By the time, when the situation turned to unusual due to huge lapses in the administration where as the opportunist advantaged to crop-up the Anti-National activities into the region with the cards of the numerous issues which later faced the administration, very hard to fulfill the demands surrounded; which is the result of the Multi-party democratic administration in the non-democratic minds of the Leaders.

Problems after problems, causes after causes varying the formulation of the movements, architeched by the expertised wave of thoughts in the politicians become headache to the states and national heads. Very cloudy, non-descriptive, vague banners forebears the clumsy thoughts of the politicians. Their oscillatory strikes in repeat fumble deals reacts the people, rather pricking the silent mood of the people.

In the crux of the time the heavy loading poverty, unemployment, resentment, non-evolution, non-methodical, non-strategic, non-industrialistic, the ecological problems of deforestation, over mining mechanism, uncontrollable demographic situation are all natural, non-articulative and obvious formulations. As of the fact administration and governance of the rule destabilized, hence imbibed negative; of the lore people become selfish and self centered. Thus, politics declined to regional and local which terms to communal due to lack of political institutions, and due to un-distilled strategies of the political system in the parliamentary Multi-party Govt. peoples have been sidelined.

These are all talks about democracy; and democracy, the Indian democracy has own specific but insignificant disciplines with the multi-racial cultures and ethos where full of faul plays embraced the society which are very poisonous and envenoming the political atmosphere. Because Indian`s like democracy could maintain through integrity more than the political disciplines of the parties; otherwise discriminatory communalism would over run the society. This is of the reason how India is administering by integrity (faith unto God, Non-violence, Ram-Bharosha). It is true enough India is administered by Integrity not by the Debatorium, the Parliament. India`s parliament is nothing but Sadar Bazar of Delhi.

Besides, duties of the democrats have to be institutionalised so that duties of the bureaucrats and technocrats as well as defense and diplomats can be endorsed time to time. In the mean time the role of Intelligence on the part of the departmental heads to be scanned are found to be accountable. Therefore, integrity of the key persons could supervise by the democrats, whose (democrats) integrity must be superp as Patriot. In the sense, the term patriot is derived from PAT or affection or having love for own country; in the far way, becoming of a leader of the NATION, i.e. PATRIOT.

Consequent upon creation of the democratic administration there were vast interpretations of the systems of the administrations when the stage of the theory to be brought into consideration for application into a federal Govt. Because, to socialize the selfish mind, to upbroaden the desire for general purposes would have been streamlined through the presentation of the constitution, which of the core matters are to be institutionalized the leaders which found to be lapsed in India. Thereupon, the qualities of the opportunism, selfishness in the leaders could wash through integrity and education; but due to hasty applications of the political theories the politicians become half hearted on the part of participation. This would be the reason of the National politics is weak and regional politics is in free swing in the small pockets. Therefore, till improvement of the National politics democrats become smaller in size whereas, pseudo-democrats become powerful leaders in the local grid with the narrow and temporary beam. Thus, declination of the National political avenues appeared, the local power grid is upper hand in politics, in the states; in the meantime reality of democracy remained deem.

NPF (Naga Peoples Front) is example of the weak democracy in India. NPF is with the provision of Indian constitution enter the territory of Manipur which has a prolong dream of Naga integration in the neighbouring states, with the plan to through the Greater Nagaland issue. And consequent upon initiation of NPF into the soil of Manipur the Greater Nagaland issue into the territories of the neighbouring states enhanced a bigger arena for Naga Sovereignty. But, the bureaucrats who deals the issue had very clear vision that it is not achievable, the matter is MISSION IMPOSSIBLE, since the Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur assemblies have no deviation to break the territorial integrity, as federal has full right to protect own territory of a state even being governed by the single parliamentary directives in union. However, the Indian bureaucrats have not exert to play the cards tactfully which is ill fortunate for the NSCN with the Naga Sovereign issue towards the neighbours, pinching and irritating Manipur in particular.

Ultimately NSCN projects the NPF card openly under the mainstream of the ruling Nagaland Govt, so that a democratic movement as political push through can be paved the path of Greater Nagaland, a dream, whereas, the central shrewds are with divide and rule device as micro mechanism. Unnecessary tension is cropping up with the Manipuries which is fruitless plant for future generation. Because, Manipur has numerous children to see not the Nagas; Naga should not forget it.

NPF extends political fielding into the tribal settled areas of Manipur with the banner of Naga integration. But Naga politics has to fathom a thought of AGP (Asom Gana Parishad) of Assam, MPP (Manipur People`s Party) of Manipur before stepping out to enchroach the political arena, so that they can field the ideology with correct and clear picture of the agendas to the tribal people of Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

Because, AGP has no ideology to disturb the neighbouring states to Nagaland, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh; Manipur peoples Party has no intention to step out to Silchar or Kohima, so that the neighbourig states could feel unusual atmosphere of politics. As of today the thrush of Naga integration has long been motivating the tribal people of Manipur which hurt the local administration in the state. Hence intention of the movement seems to be harmful to humanity.

Besides, the Central Govt. as well as the National Political Parties in India had not endeavoured to break the status-quo of silence in the bliss of non-violence, which is yet to harm the people of the North East India. How far silent will observe, non- violence will maintain no one can predict it? The silent can break at any time, at any moment in the public. If the Central Govt. is not keeping a close eye upon the intolerable acts of anti-federal character, over the territory of Manipur; at that moment, for the act of violence who will be held responsible?
 
This will be the height of the situation created due to “Divide and Rule” policy of the Central Govt., in-stead of inducting positive, pacification and right governance in the states. There were evidences of faul plays while dealing the small issues of Greater Nagaland. Either Central Govt. is intending to erase the territory of Manipur or trying to subdue the will of Manupuries which is humiliation, which will be the dark dream for both Naga and Govt. of India.

Let Naga card play at Nagaland, not in Manipur. Let Manipur remain peace and tranquil as Manipuries either of Hill or of valley were enjoying the equal share of the state.

It may be true enough, the political leaders are not qualified according to the vast arena of the constitution as they are always running behind personal benefits, not mostly in the public interest; which of the benefits have to be provided to the people. As of the reason the Govt. is not capable to hold talks with the revolutionary groups. Therefore, free and open demands of the fundamentalist and pro-co critic questions start floating to the govt., as well as the innocent peoples of the nation.

Therefore, Govt. has to have a deep concern over the situations created due to maladministration into the insurgency prone territories of the country, so that, remedial, viable atmosphere can be established in those states.

Why so conspired and callused in the democratic administration. There must have equal deal, should not be partial and selfish; must have equal vision; should have democratic governance over the bureaucrats and technocrats; otherwise, there will be more Greater Nagaland in India, there will be more territorial conflict in between states.

Therefore, the nationalist political leaders must have the interest to meet up such types of problems, rather leaders should not maintain a longer silence. Leaders (democrats) should try to come on the floor to solve the regional/local problems, immediately.

That, act of positive opinion would nector to solve the unsolved or turmoil. Such voice will hitch the false act of violence. If the leaders remain silent the nation will lead to doom. If the nation would not be existed the dream of the leaders for election, selection and post will vanish into the Blue.

It is also true that; on the context of the Regional Politics as the AGP, the MPP are both rational on the part of integrity and ethics of the territorial concern. Both parties are maintaining the wisdom of Party Politics onward democracy in the country which is “federal in nature”, “Unity in form”.

MPP could extend her party HQrs., at Silchar and at Kohima; AGP could extend her HQrs at Kohima , Dimapur, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh but did not do so; why? It is political consciousness and human rationality on the part of neighbouring politics and thought of fellow brothers.
 
Whereas NPF is trying to push her ideology with the fan of Naga integration is found to be purely out of tracked into the venture of the sermonetted constitution of India where in any kind of culture can be doctrinated which may either harmful to the people or distorting the existing social and political system in the country which is ill fated to Indians. This advantage is nothing but to poke the neighbour.

What is the agenda of the NPF in the territory of Manipur? What will be the benefits of the tribal people of Manipur? What is the motto of NPF and Nagaland Govt.? No doubt that Nagaland creates turmoil to the neighbouring territories. This is history of India where democracy interprets the colour and communal definitions; although the interpretation of the constitution is to be sorted out immediately and the clear cut interpretations of the democrats are invited.

What is the picture of the parliamentary debates on the part of the sieze fire agreement and negotiation in between NSCN and the tribal people of Manipur; so that delaying tactis shall take prolong interval. In the mean time both Naga and tribal people of Manipur will open the eyes in the void with repentance; because, impossible will never cause to be possible.

Due to Naga problem the people of Manipur is suffering for long interval on the part of communication i.e. road communication for the early beginning due to NH-39, now NH-2 but today another territorial conflict with the Greater Nagaland issue based on ethnicity has been hotting up due to bureaucratic games of colluding the issue, rather Govt. of India is not taking the sentiment of the people of Manipur seriously which is not a healthy signal in administration.

Therefore Govt. of India should not compel to form another Isreal in the East India. Hence tolerable level of Manipuries may not overtake to TIME.

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