Mawryngkneng seat was declared vacant following the death of the two-time legislator, (L) David A Nongrum on February 2.
The polling for the four Assembly seats will decide the fate of 11 candidates.
By-elections to be held in four Assembly constituencies of Manipur Saturday
“As we declare free and fair election, the public should cast their vote freely without any fear of repercussion from the organisation”.
Three candidates namely Oinam Lukhoi Singh from BJP, Salam Joy Singh from INC and Khuraijam Loken Singh from NPP) will be contesting for the Wangoi MLA seat.
Former Union minister Bhakta Charan Das is in the state for the ensuing by-election.
The meeting, however, successfully culminated without any untoward incident.
Key speakers in the meeting criticised the ‘One Nation and One Culture’ theory of the BJP government
The clash happened at Tangpizawl village and M Lunmual village under 60-Singat assembly constituency at around 9 pm on Wednesday.
Joint chief electoral officer (CEO) Manipur Nongmeikapam Ramanand said the remaining eight constituencies were not included in the list of clear vacancy owing to the pending election petition cases in the court.
On Friday, the ECI acknowledged 65 clear vacancies due for by-elections in assembly and parliamentary constituencies across the country.
The appeal was issued by the Committee of Civil Societies of Kangleipak (CCSK), Ethno Heritage Council (HERICOUN), United Commercial Manipur (UCM), League of Indigenous People's Upliftment (LIPUL) and Manipur Muslim Welfare Organization (MMWO).
The Congress claim that there is a possibility of holding a by-election if the seats of 12-13 assembly constituencies in the state remain vacant for six months.