UCM provided relief items to the locals of Lamding Khumanthem leikai, Thoubal.
‘Let evil thoughts of disturbing peace rest in peace’
The Naga Framework Agreement with the Government of India should not affect territorial boundary and administrative set up of Manipur, the UCM says.
The United Committee Manipur appealed to the people to stay vigilant against any divisive policy.
The United Committee Manipur carried out distribution of dinner packs as a part of its 21st foundation day on July 3.
The observance committee appealed to the people of the state to extend support to the steps taken up by the United Committee Manipur (UCM) and the All Manipur United Club Organisation (AMUCO) to protect the integrity of the state, a release stated.
The United Committee Manipur urged Manipur government to seek Centre's intervention in highway development in the state, saying major lifelines of the state are in bad shape..
The resolutions included objecting any kind of divisive policy of the Centre like extension of Article 371(A) of Indian constitution or creation of autonomous regional council
UCM sets up new unit at Langol in Imphal West in collaboration with Yek Taret Loop, Meetei Langol and six local clubs of Langol area.
If the final solution of the peace talk is to be extended to the state of Manipur, then the Centre should invite the civil bodies of Manipur as a party to the talks, stated a release.
The state is struggling to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic however the leaders of the state should not sideline the final settlement on Naga Peace Talk, said the UCM.
The committee assured and made it clear that people of Manipur are prepared to face any uncertainties and will take its own course of action to decide its own fate if they are kept in the dark and overlooked.