IMPHAL, August 24: Till the Inner Line Permit System or a similar system in implemented in the State, the JCILPS will continue with its movement, said chairman Ibotombi Khuman. Speaking
IMPHAL, August 24: Till the Inner Line Permit System or a similar system in implemented in the State, the JCILPS will continue with its movement, said chairman Ibotombi Khuman.
Speaking to media persons at their Nongmeibung office, he said the JCILPS will go on a house to house campaign to check for migrants without proper identity paper works.
He said many of the non-locals coming into the State could be criminal minded and could harm the peace and harmony in the State.
Migrants without proper and valid ID proofs will not be spared and politicians using them as vote banks will also checked, he said.
Lamenting the arrest of JCILPS executive member advocate Arjun, he appealed to the government for his unconditional release.
A Foreigners’ Tribunal has been enacted in Assam to check illegal migrants, and the same is called for in the State, he said.
The proposal to check house to house for migrants without valid papers is supported by the JCILPS women wing said convenor L Nganbi.
The process is already in progress in Paona Bazaar area, she said while decrying the intrusion of male vendors in the historical Ima Keithels.
Student wing convernor of JCILPS, Agnamba said deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam’s claim of supporting the ILPS demand in his speeches are lies.
He further appealed to the State Home department to support the sentiments of the general public.
Meanwhile, a sit in protest demanding implementation of the Inner Line Permit System was staged today at Laipham Khunou opposite to the 2nd IRB battalion, Khuman Lampak.
The sit in protest was organised by the Laipham Khunou Meira Paibi Lup.
Similar sit in protest were also organised at Sayang Kurao Makhong organised by Salai Apunba Nupi Lamjing Lup, Kurao Makhong Women Development Committee and Sayang Kurao Makhong United Club and at Thoubal and Tangjeng.
Public meetings highlighting the importance of ILP system were also held at Kontha Khabam Maning Leikai Community Hall organised by Kontha Women Social Reformation & Development Society and Yaipha Sindam Naharol club and another public meeting was held at Lainingthou Esing Chaiba Laibung, Nagamapal organised by Singjubung Youth Organisation, Uripok Gopalji Leirak Youth Association, Uripok Tourangbam Leikai Welfare Organisation and Development Committee Youth Section.
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