After evacuation Kuki Inpi asks govt to ease talk on separate office

After evacuation Kuki Inpi asks govt to ease talk on separate office

After the safe evacuation of the last 24 Kuki volunteers from New Lambulane in Imphal on the evening of September 1, Kuki Inpi Manipur, the apex body of Kuki tribes, has announced “total secession of Kukis and Meiteis”.
The announcement came at a time when KIM reiterated its demand for a separate administration and urged the Indian government to suspend the United People’s Front (UPF) and the Kuki National Organization (KNO) under Operation Justice. to speed up “meaningful and respectful” political negotiations with Peace, and lasting solutions.
KIM’s Information and Publicity Secretary, Janghaolun Haokip, expressed deep concern over the attack on Kuki volunteers, who have been protecting Kuki homes and properties in New Lambulane from sporadic incidents of arson and looting by insurgents. were Despite fears of a brutal attack, the volunteers were later escorted by security personnel to their destination safely.
In response to the situation, Kuki Inpi Manipur stressed the need for immediate “constitutional recognition” of the separation between Kukis and Meiteis by the central government. Haokip highlighted that in addition to evacuation, all Kuki settlements faced looting, vandalism and arson by the Meiteis.
“The only viable solution to the ongoing state-sponsored ethnic cleansing against the Kuki people lies in the complete separation of the two communities, a process that has been completed following the evacuation of the remaining Kuki volunteers in Imphal last night,” Haokip said.

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