Political parties seek Centre's intervention in state situation
Source: Hueiyen News Service

Imphal, May 06 2010: Political parties in the state also come out to protest against Muivah's visit in the state and flayed the Centre's decision allowing him to enter the state.

They also drew immediate intervention in reviewing Muivah's decision.

Communist Party of India (CPI), Manipur State Council has urged its Central general secretary, AB Bardhan to draw the attention of the Central government in the visit of the NSCN(IM) leader stating that it has created a serious situation and tension in the state of Manipur.

In turn, AB Bradhan while drawing the attention of the Prime Minister wrote him that apparently, Muivah's visit is intended to be a journey in his birthplace.

But in the context of the NSCN's fight for Nagalim, for greater Nagaland this innocent visit is pregnant with serious consequences, the letter written by the CPI state council to its leader at the Centre.

A serious questions involving the territorial integrity of Manipur as well as of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh has raised in the GOI talks with NSCN(IM).

Thus, the visit is not one of the allowing a so-called Indian citizen (Mr Muivah does not claim to be one) and his freedom movement inside the country, it observed.

The Manipur People Party reiterating its stand that any untoward incident arising out of the Muivah's visit should be the sole responsible of the Central government urged to send a representative of the Union government and assess the situation in Manipur directly.

BJP, Manipur Pradesh has also urged its Central leaders to bring up the matter in the floor of the Parliament and prevent enter of Muivah in the state.

RJD, state unit, CPI (M) Manipur State Council has also urged the Centre to send a responsible Central government representative and take first hand account of the state situation.

CPI (M) also termed the incident that killed and injured people in controlling the situation in Mao as unfortunate incident and demanded that the responsible for unfortunate incidents.