Protest against Muivah's entry continues
Source: Hueiyen News Service

Imphal, May 24 2010: Sit-in demonstration cum public discussion on the proposed but differed entry of NSCN (IM) general secretary Th Muivah under the aegis of the United Committee Manipur continued today also.

The sit-in demonstrations were staged at various places starting from Keinou Bazar to Yumnam Khunou in Bishnupur district.

People participated in the demonstration also marched a rally from Keinou Bazar and concluded with a public meeting at Yumnam Khunou.

Villagers of Kabui villages residing at the surrounding of the Yumnam Khunou, Wainem Kabui village within Senapati district, Bungte Chiru were also participated in the demonstration rally.

Students of Amusana English School also took part in the rally.

Students take out a protest rally against Govt of India's policies

Placards with slogans like "Criminal Muivah should not be allowed to inter Manipur, down with double standard of India, resign home minister P Chidambaram on moral ground etc.

were carried by the demonstrators.

Among others leaders of UCM, president Yumnamcha Dilipkumar, advisor RK Ranendrajit, organisational secretary JK Mangang, external affairs secretary Nganbi, secretary account Th Danabir, human resource secretary Ng Deva etc.

talked at the public meeting held at the community hall at Yumnam Khunou.

The meeting also resolved that Muivah who intents to break the territorial integrity of the state should not be allowed to enter the state, government should also stand by its decision keeping in mind the sentiments of the people.

People of Kabui community attended the meeting also declared that they will extend their full corporation with the UCM in any kinds of agitation or movement launched by UCM with regard to the protest against Muivah's visit in the state, he added.

Speaking on the occasion, Yumnamcha Dilipkumar observed that the economic blockade imposed on the NH-53 and 39 is not related with the proposed visit of Muivah in the state.

It was called against the holding of elections of the district councils in hill areas.

UCM is against the enforcement of sixth scheduled of the Indian Constitution on the state which some tribal bodies are demanding citing that the present state of Meghalaya and Nagaland were emerge out of Assam government's decision to extend the schedule in the said areas.