Naga MPs abstained to attend special assembly session by UNC

Naga MPs abstained to attend special assembly session by UNC

Imphal: The United Naga Council (UNC), the apex body of Nagas in the region, has directed all Naga legislators to refrain from attending the upcoming special session of the Manipur Legislative Assembly, which is expected to disrupt peace and order.
Aman is being called in response to the current situation. In a state affected by ethnic violence.
There are 10 Naga MLAs in the 60-member Manipur Legislative Assembly.
A statement issued by UNC’s publicity wing on Tuesday said that various civil organizations in the Valley are demanding the government to protect the territorial integrity of Manipur state on or after August 5, 2023. First call a special session of the assembly.
Imposing all Naga legislators to stand in their interest is highly unnecessary and senseless in this unfortunate situation.
“It is high time that the communities living in the state understand and respect each other’s different positions and historical facts. The Naga people will not accept any kind of imposition under any circumstances. “Therefore, UNC’s It is therefore imperative that he directs all Naga legislators to abstain from the assembly session called on the orders of some CSOs.”
Regarding the increasing influx of illegal immigrants in Manipur, the UNC said that updating the National Register of Citizens (NRC) is the only viable mechanism to prevent unnecessary influx of population in the state. Is. He also urged the state government to implement NRC at the earliest.
The UNC also said that the government of India’s insidious policy of encouraging cross-border migration from Myanmar should be stopped immediately. Continued influx of illegal migrants across Indo-Myanmar’s unsecured borders will create a serious demographic crisis with far-reaching implications.
According to the 29th Sector Assam Rifles report dated July 23, “It is alarming to learn of the arrival of 718 illegal immigrants, Myanmar nationals, in a single day along the Indo-Myanmar border in Chandel district.” 2023,” the statement said.
“With such diabolical designs of the Home Ministry, the Government of India has no choice but to crush the indigenous people and fulfill their wishes and aspirations in the region.”

To this end, the UNC said the state government should initiate strict measures to curb the scourge.

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