IMPHAL | Nov 17
The state unit of Left parties including CPI, CPI-M, AIFB and RSP in a joint emergency sitting have decided to convey to the central leadership on the need of floor coordination in the ensuing parliament session on the Naga peace talks and CAB issues.
In a release jointly signed by the representatives of the four Left parties, it said they will extend support to the total shutdown called by MANPAC against CAB on November 19.
Further the joint meeting, according to the release, felt that the current situation in the state may be worsened if not tackled in a proper way. The movement by the people of the state to safeguard the territorial integrity, existing administrative structure and cultural identity has been gaining momentum, it said.
The meeting also decided to send a letter to the central leadership of the Left parties in Delhi for floor coordination on Naga peace talks and CAB, it said, adding the meeting was attended by L Sotinkumar, CPI secretary, Kshetrimayum Santa, CPI-M secretary, Khomdram Gyaneshwar, secretary AIFB and Kangjam Manoranjan, secretary, RSP.