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Manipur: Nine Meitei MLAs submits five-point memorandum to PM Modi seeking deployment of CPMF

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Imphal, June 20: Nine Meitei MLAs moved to New Delhi on Monday and submitted a five-point memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding for a proper and rational deployment of CPMF (Central Para Military Forces), along with state police in violent-hit Manipur.

The nine MLAs sought an appointment of Prime Minister of India on Thursday and an acknowledgement was received on the same day. But, as the PM is leaving on June 20 for an international tour, in the larger interest of Manipur, the delegation submitted the memorandum on Monday.

The memorandum also requested the Prime Minister that the demand for a separate administration by any community should not be considered at any cost and the integrity of the state should not be disturbed.

“Strict enforcement of ground rules of Kuki SoO groups, strong action to check the infiltration and involvement of CDF (Chin-Kuki Defence Force) in the present violence as there is strong apprehension by the general public. The issue may be treated as a National Security,” the memorandum stated.

The delegation who submitted the memorandum included Karam Shyam Singh-MLA Langthabal AC; Th Radheshyam Singh-MLA Heirok AC; Nishikant Singh Sapam- MLA Keishamthong AC; Kh Raghumani- MLA Uripok AC; P Brojen- MLA Wangjing Tentha AC; T Robindro- MLA Thanga AC; S Rajen-MLA Lamsang AC; S Kebi Devi- MLA Naoriya Pakhanglakpa; and Y Radheshyam- MLA Hiyanglam AC.

Also read: Manipur: SC refuses to hear interlocutory application over urgent listing of plea seeking protection of tribals


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