A day after meeting Congress president Rahul Gandhi and other political party supremos, Manipur Leaders have discussion about Naga accord with Arvind Kejriwal
Leaders of the United Committee Manipur (UCM), All Manipur United Clubs’ Organisation (Amuco) and Committee of Civil Societies Kangleipak (CCSK) have been camping in Delhi for the last few days to urge central leaders for safeguarding the state’s territorial integrity and unity in the face of the conclusive stage of NSCN(IM)-Centre peace process. These civil bodies had been demanding disclosure of the contents of the ‘Framework Agreement’ signed between the Centre and the Naga rebel group in August, 2015.
Besides submitting a memorandum to Kejriwal, the delegation also held discussions with him on the uncertainty gripping Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, the three bordering states of Nagaland, if Nagalim is created to resolve the Naga issue. “We apprised Kejriwal of the situation. He took serious note it and assured us of fulfilling the aspirations of the people to safeguard the territorial integrity and unity of Manipur,” said Amuco president Ph Deban Sharma. Besides Rahul, the leaders met CPI national general secretary D Raja and LJP president Ram Vilas Paswan on Monday.
Source: The Times of India