ATSUM requested Inpis, Hohos, tribal scholars, politicians, lawyers, social leaders, women leaders, chief associations and tribal student leaders to take part in the meeting.
In their month-long hills tour, ATSUM witnessed many shortcomings in the hills particularly in the sectors of health, education, ADC, land and forest.
The union has opined that Zou’s case does not warrant reinvestigation as the court has passed the order after a series of trials and after an exhaustive investigation of nearly two and a half years.
In a joint release on Friday, the student bodies warned that breach of agreement signed between the student bodies and the state government in 2018 will not only cause disenchantment in the bureaucracy but invite social upheavals in the state.
The student body secretary, youth affairs and sports, Lamcha Chongloi contacted the Kalyan Ashram Samiti Manipur office Imphal for helping the stranded Manipuris in Chandigarh.