Shiv Sena national secretary Captain Abhijit Adsul Anand said a peace talk needs to be initiated led by the central government by involving all the stakeholders from both the communities to bring permanent solution to the present unrest in Manipur.
Abhijit was addressing the media at the state party head office on Wednesday at Babupara, Imphal.
He said the central government needs to initiate a peace talk between the two communities that are directly involved in the present unrest along with the state government. What the state needs is a permanent solution to the crisis and not a temporary solution, he said.
The impact of the present unrest is being seen not only in Manipur but across the country, including Mumbai. To bring a permanent solution in Manipur, Shiv Sena MPs are raising the issues in the ongoing Parliamentary session, the Shiv Sena leader said.
The MPs of the party are demanding on the Parliamentary floor for completion of 398 km long international border fencing pending works at the earliest. With the porous international border with India and Myanmar many unwanted incidents including illegal smuggling of narcotic substances and drugs are occurring in Manipur. To prevent such unwanted incidents the porous border must be sealed at the earliest, said the national secretary.
During his visit, the national secretary of Shiv Sena visited INA, Moirang and expressed happiness to visit the INA complex where Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose first hoisted the Indian tricolour flag during the freedom struggle against the then British rule in India.
Meanwhile, the national secretary, Captain Abhijit Adsul Anand; state party president, M Tombi along with other party’s officer bearers flagged off two ambulances to serve the people of Manipur.
State party president, M Tombi said the ambulance will be made available 24x7 and any individuals, including the pregnant women, can get the ambulance service at contact number +917005092662.