The Kuki Students Organisation (KSO) on Thursday suspended its call for total statewide shutdown on March 26-27.
Restriction on entertainment activities in and around the town is enforced in view of the approaching HSLC and HSSLC examinations, a release stated. The ban will last till the end of HSLC and HSSLC examination, the KSO stated.
The bandh is imposed against the state government's decision to delete ‘Any Kuki Tribe’ from the recognised scheduled tribes list.
The All Tribal Students Union Manipur (ATSUM), the Kuki Students Organisation (KSO) and the All Naga Students Association Manipur (ANSAM) warned that they will no longer remain silent if their demands are neglected.
FC Chullou, Kotlen village bagged the runners up.
Vice-president (Political Affairs) of KIM, Sominthang Doungel said that KIM with great heartache and resentment condemned the act of burning down of houses belonging to the Mizo people of Vairengte village in Mizoram on October 17.
The land measurement done on December 15, 2016 mentioned in its finalised publication as shed number 4 (40-Senjam Khunou), Imphal West.
Civil organisations in Jiribam has said that the Act to be implemented on October 12 as per the sensitisation meeting notice by the deputy commissioner of Jiribam has shocked many tribal villages.
KSO has appealed the state government must show its commitment following Prime Minister’s ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ campaign.
The AMHDMEA has been demanding regularisation of service for MGNERGS employees of the hill districts, but the state government has turned deaf ears to their demands despite repeated appeal, KSO said.
The KSO said that the inaction and delay on the part of the government has infuriated the hill districts’ MGNREGS employees leading to serve a deadline to the state government.
The KSO said even as the court wanted the MPSC staffs/officials responsible for the irregularities in the said exam to be penalised, no official has been penalized so far..
A charter of demands was submitted by the tribal bodies to the state government on August 13, 2019.
Information and publicity secretary, Kennedy Haokip said that the KSO strongly condemned the brutal and “inhuman behavior”, which not only hurt the bereaved families but the society as a whole and it recalled the hurtful and horror memories of the past.
The former ADC chairman who was accused of drug trafficking was granted interim bail as the court saw it fit to do so, while Th Brinda got transferred because of her misdemeanors unbecoming of a police officer, KSO general secretary said.
Personnel of Moreh Police Commando were caught with banned Myanmar products by Assam Rifles at Bongyang on Saturday.
Asymptomatic passengers of trains were sent for mandatory institutional quarantine.