The discourse decided on a resolution that the bill should not be tabled or passed without prior consultation with all the stakeholders of the state.
IPSA urged every community who wished for a united Manipur to oppose the bill at all cost while claiming that the bill has potential to disintegrate the unity of the state.
There is hardly any sign of any initiative taken up by the state government for the farmers, the IPSA said.
The IPSA said that like making Covid negative certificate mandatory for opening pharmacy, workshop and other shops, the government should give priority for vaccination to those shopkeepers.
The International Peace and Social Advancement stated Tuesday that claiming a part of Imphal West district as a part of Kangpokpi district amid the problems of naming the site of the university is condemnable.
IPSA president Joychandra Konthoujam pointed out the need of setting up more COVID Care Centre in the state as the pandemic is far from over.
The IPSA said in a release that the Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone, particularly the frontline workers and the general public.
Delimitation of parliamentary and assembly constituencies of Manipur under the Delimitation Act, 2002 as announced by the Law and Justice Ministry has drawn contention from various sections of the people in the state.
The International Peace and Social Advancement stated that there are errors in the 2011 census report, hence there is no point of carrying out delimitation based on a wrong census report.