Peace talks create conflict in NE :UCM
Source: Hueiyen News Service

Imphal, December 07 2008: THE UNITED Committee Manipur today said that due to unending talks between the government of India and rebel group NSCN(IM) has created a conflict and disbelieve among north eastern states of country which in turn hamper in the development activities in the region.

In a statement, the UCM said that during the decade old cease-fire between GOI and NSCN(IM), more than 60 rounds of talks had held at various countries of the globe but no consensus has so far arrived.

This amount to creation of conflict and disbelieve among the people settling in the region.

The peace talks is standing against the united integrity of the people and if the peace talks be only in the interest of one community then it will amount to disintegration of the Union of India, it cautioned.

The long unending peace talks itself indicated that it is a part of the "divide and rule" policy of the GOIhas been an open secret now, it said.

While asking that how long Muivah and his followers will be dreaming in such situation, the UCM said while urging them to leave the notion of disintegrating the unity and integrity of the states of the region and stating that it will be the right step.

The UCM also while stating that with the nearing of the Lok Shabha elections in the country, political parties will start using instigating words to the people to lure them only for getting vote which will amount to create communal conflicts, appealed the people to be careful from such "poisonous" words.

Lastly, the body reiterated its stand and said that UCM will fight at any cost any challenge to the territorial integrity of the people by the outcome of the NSCN(IM) and GOI peace talks.