SoO groups, CSOs and 10 Kuki MLAs meet Mizoram Chief Minister

SoO groups, CSOs and 10 Kuki MLAs meet Mizoram Chief Minister

Aizawl: Ten Kuki MLAs from Manipur and various Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) along with SoO groups from the hilly areas of Manipur held a meeting with Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga on September 6.

The Chief Minister said that he was deeply sorry and saddened by the suffering of many people due to the violence in Manipur.
Zoramthanga added that future planning should be done in consultation with various organizations and people and the people of Mizo are ready to help their fellow brothers and sisters in need.
Ministers and MLAs, representatives of Mizo People’s Convention, Kuki Students Organization, Hmar Inpui, Committee of Tribal Unity, Zomi Council Student Organization and other organizations were present in the meeting.
It may be mentioned here that 10 Kuki legislators from hill districts of Manipur along with SoO groups and Kuki CSO have been demanding a separate administration ever since communal violence broke out in Manipur on May 3.
Earlier this month, after the safe evacuation of the last 24 Kuki volunteers from New Lambulen in Imphal on the evening of September 1, Kuki Inpi Manipur, the apex body of Kuki tribes, announced a “total separation of Kukis and Meiteis”.
The announcement comes at a time when KIM reiterated its demand for a separate administration and urged the Indian government to suspend operations for justice with the United People’s Front (UPF) and the Kuki National Organization (KNO). under “meaningful and dignified” political dialogue. 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 arson and looting by the insurgents. were Despite fears of a brutal attack, the volunteers were later escorted by security personnel to their destination safely.

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