NCP flays Centre's inaction on state situation
Source: Hueiyen News Service

Imphal, June 10 2010: President of the party and former Chief Minister, Radhabinod Koijam today said that a true and sincere love bond among the different communities is a must for maintaining the territorial integrity of the state.

Speaking at the 12th foundation day celebration of the NCP today at its head office at Thangmeiband, Radhabinod also criticized the Central government remaining as silent spectator with taking up any appropriate action against NSCN (IM) general secretary Thuingaleng Muivah who goes on indulging in activities which might create communal disharmony in the region.

Union home secretary, GK Pillai is talking too much but not translated into the works.

He is not acting to what he spoke has been clearly showed when he did not take up any action to stop Muivah from who talk with communal flare words.

Speaking further Radhabinod also stressed the need for translating into the action in creating harmony among the different communities if the territorial integrity of the state is to be maintained.

"Everybody must come out and work for harmony with sincere at heart," he said.

SPF government is talking about the harmony but not translated into work, Radhabinod flayed charging the MLAs and ministers of the ruling party of remaining engage in contract works.

They are not doing work sincerely while people are mad with money at the time of election.

Several JAC formed and hurled allegations and raised voice against the ruling government but at the time of election all chased after money, the lamented.

When people are seem lacking ideology of their own, no NCP feels what is the useful of talking truth he observed adding that the chaotic situation ahead of the state is out of mistakes of the people.

NCP support the fast unto death stir launching by the MPP terming the non-violence protest of the party is in the interest of the people who were at the limit of their woes.

Expressing fume over the prolong imposition of the economic blockade on the national highways in the state, Radhabinod alleged of having a hidden agenda behind the stir of the students' body.

He asserted that before the third amendment of the Act was enacted after taking consents of all section of the tribal people.

Before the bill for enactment as Act was tabled in the state Assembly, several rounds of discussion were held at various levels with the tribal based civil organisations and experts.

After a consensus was arrived at the discussion, the bill was tabled in the house of the state Assembly for passing, he recalled.

When no one came up to object the bill before passing and with a consensus was brought about among the 20 MLAs from hills district, the bill was passed by the house unanimously, Radhabinod said giving a hint of "someone backing behind the blockaders".

He also expressed wondered why the seven MLAs of hill districts tender their resignation even though their resignations are yet to be accepted by the Speaker of the state Assembly.

The blockade was called with a hidden of agenda, he alleged expressing NCP's firm stand on the territorial integrity of Manipur.

Territorial integrity of Manipur cannot be altered at any cost.

NCP will always against disintegration of the state, he said.