‘Separate chief secretary, DGP’ for hills demanded by Kuki-Zo MLA

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‘Separate chief secretary, DGP’ for hills demanded by Kuki-Zo MLA

IMPHAL: The ten Kuki-Zo MLAs from strife-torn Manipur, who earlier demanded a “separate administration” for the tribals, have freshly written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

In a fresh memorandum to PM Narendra Modi, the ten Kuki-Zo MLAs from Manipur have demanded allotment of “separate DGP and chief secretary” for the hill districts of the state.

The ten Kuki-Zo MLAs have demanded creation of the posts of the “separate chief secretary and DGP (director general of police) or its equivalent posts” for the five hill districts of Manipur.

The five hill districts of Manipur are: Senapati, Tamenglong, Churachandpur, Chandel and Ukhrul.

Furthermore, the ten Kuki-Zo MLAs from Manipur have demanded sanction of Rs 500 crore from the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund for rehabilitation of tribal people, who have been affected by the ethnic violence in the state.

The tribal MLAs from Manipur submitted a nine-point charter of demands to the Prime Minister.

The memorandum was signed by 10 Kuki-Zo MLAs from Manipur, who earlier announced that they will not attend the special state assembly session.

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