World Kuki-Zo declared unlawful group by CM Biren Singh govt

World Kuki-Zo declared unlawful group by CM Biren Singh govt

Imphal: The Manipur state cabinet in an emergency meeting on Tuesday (October 31) declared the World Kuki-Zo Intellectual Council (WKZIC) as an illegal association/organization under Section 3 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act decided to recommend 1967.
The Cabinet noted that an FIR had already been registered against the organization on Monday.
The decision came in response to a statement by WKZIC on October 24, 2023, which called on the Kuki-Zo community that this November, before the harvest season.
The community will face another war and therefore Arms and ammunition should be sufficient.
The council added that youth volunteers would be the ones facing the war on the front lines and that its national army and underground groups would only join youth volunteers in critical situations, citing that it Because of the Kuki National Army and the suspension of operations (SoO) agreement, underground groups will not be able to freely join the war.
The statement added that its national volunteers would be well armed and ammunition would be provided without limit if needed.
Taking serious notice of WKZIC’s statement, Youth of Manipur (YOM), an influential youth body, had earlier in a release asked what action the Manipur government had taken against the said council.
The YOM statement also said that the government had issued various notifications on October 11 and 17 this year.
Advising people to refrain from making inflammatory statements, which could create tension among people.
Yes, the unity and integrity of the state may be damaged, and may pose internal threats. and national security.
In a memo submitted to the UN Secretary-General on 29 June 2023, WKZIC requested the establishment of a Kuki state in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh, Mizoram in India and the Kuki Hills in outer Manipur.
When Manipur acceded to India, the tribal chiefs and their territories were not included under the ‘Manipur Integration Agreement’, the memo noted, adding that the Manipur government had protected forests, protected Grabbed tribal lands under the guise of protecting forests and wildlife sanctuaries.
Stopping poppy cultivation, while also misusing the MLR&LR Act, 1975 to grab local tribal lands.

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