21st September : International Day Of Peace : Prepak rings out message of peace, humanity
Source: The Sangai Express
Imphal, September 20 2012:
The proscribed PREPAK has greeted all the humanity on the occasion of International Day of Peace (September 20) .
All human beings yearn for peace and that was why, the United Nations embarked on a journey of ensuring peace on earth after the devastating World War II .
One of the fundamental objectives of the UN is to promote cordial relations among different nations so that there is meaningful peace and security on Earth, the outfit asserted through a press statement issued by its publicity and propaganda assistant secretary Leibakngakpa Luwang.
The UN General Assembly declared September 20 as the International Day of Peace in 2001.The declaration assumes significance in view of the UN's efforts to stop confrontation among different countries/nations.
However, despite all the efforts of the UN, small nations are being gagged and suppressed in different parts of the world.
Rather than ensuring the historical right to political self determination, these small nations are being repressed without any mercy.
Armed conflicts always threaten peace and its prospects either directly or indirectly.
In the meantime, the alleged imperialist India, with the help of their stooges, has been scheming to obliterate and change the history of India which is marked by more than 2000 years of independent rule.
In the name of liberation movement, these stooges have been harassing people and disturbing peace.
By way of inflicting gravest misery to the people imaginable under an alien rule, the stooges and their masters have been consistently scheming to deny any meaningful peace to the people of the land.
In their attempt to suppress the liberation movement, the Indian military are committing even genocide in Kangleipak, the outfit alleged.
Though India has been boasting of having one of the largest military in the world, their mighty military power is unable to suppress the legitimate liberation movement.
As such, the Government of India has been following a divide and rule policy with a sinister design to keep people of the land divided.
Apart from allegedly committing all kinds of excesses, the Government of India has been imposing many black laws in order to suppress the liberation movement with military power.
But it was not long ago that the mighty USA tasted defeat for the first time in the 20th century at the hands of impoverished Vietnam.
Claiming that the spirit of patriotism runs no deeper among the Vietnamese people than the people of Manipur, it called upon all the people to struggle collectively in order to bring about meaningful and lasting peace as envisioned by the UN.