To support Kuki-Zo tribals in Manipur, massive march in Mizoram

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To support Kuki-Zo tribals in Manipur, massive march in Mizoram

Aizawl: Thousands of people in Mizoram took part in a protest march in support of tribals in Manipur.Organized by the NGO Coordination Committee, the rally started at 11 am and saw a large participation from various sections of the society.
The rally has received considerable support from political parties, including the MNF, ZPM, Congress, and the BJP, who have announced their support for the solidarity march.
The parties closed their party offices during the rally as a sign of their unwavering support.

Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga has also allowed government employees to participate in the protest march, further expressing strong support for the cause.
Organizations like Aizawl City Bus Owners Association (ACBOA) and Pickup Owners and Drivers Association (PODA) have also announced their support by stopping all services during the march.
The purpose of the protest march is to express solidarity with the Kuki-Zo community in Manipur, and highlight the importance of standing together in times of crisis.
The rally represents a joint effort of top NGOs Central YMA, Mizoram Upa Pawl, Hmeichhe Insuihkhawm Pawl, Mizo Zirlai Pawl, and Mizo Students Union, who have come together to address the pressing concerns faced by the tribal community.
In response to the proposed march, DGP Mizoram, Anil Shukla held a review meeting with senior police officers to ensure proper security arrangements and deployments.
In Mizoram, the safety and security of the Manipuri people/Meiteis have been given top priority, with adequate deployment, patrolling, and vigilance measures in place in vulnerable areas.
During the review, DGP Mizoram stressed the importance of having adequate reserve forces equipped with vehicles and officers for quick deployment and response in case of any untoward incident.
To assess the ground situation, the DGP Mizoram and a team of senior police officials visited the locations of the proposed site in Aizawl, namely Chanmari, Kulikawn, and Raj Bhavan North Gate, where the procession is scheduled to take place.

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