Stir lined-up against Jun 18 decision
Source: The Sangai Express

Senapati, June 16 (NNN) : All possible and harsh agita-tions after June 21 bandh are on the cards of the Naga based organisations in Ma-nipur in the event of the Manipur Government's failure to withdraw its declaration of June 18 as "Integrity Day" which will be a state holiday.

UNC leaders here said that they would resort to indefinite blockades of the two National Highways and other forms of agita-tions.

All Naga Students Association, Manipur (AN-SAM) leaders informed Newmai News Network today that they would endor- se whatever decision the United Naga Council takes.

When asked about the possible date from which their proposed series of agitation might start, UNC leaders said that total bandh would be imposed on June 21 and the reaction from the O.Ibobi Singh Government would be observed then only decision could be taken.

"We are not against any organisation nor against any community but our agitations have been solely targetted at the Manipur Government for taking immature decision", said Paul Leo who is the UNC ex-president.

ANSAM vice-president Ngachonmi Chamroy said that until and unless the Manipur Government withdraw its decision of declaring June 18 as "Integrity Day",which would be subsequently become a state holiday the ANSAM would go on agitation to the climax.