Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI) submitted an 80-page affidavit enclosed with an annexure of 280 page booklet which includes the ‘Booklet Zalengam’ which writes on Kukis Nation Building and other relevant documents to the inquiry commission on Wednesday.
COCOMI in a release on Thursday said that the government of India must know that the 10 Kuki MLAs “plan to destroy Manipur as they are against the decision taken by the Manipur Legislative Assembly.”
A team of eight COCOMI members on January 19, 2024 had a meeting with the chief minister and urged to completely end the inhuman activities carried out by the Chin Kuki narco terrorist in the state, it added.
It further added that the state government has made an appeal to GoI that the state government will take up steps as per what the public wants.
It also appealed to the government to fulfil their promise as the Manipur legislative assembly on January 21, 2024 took four resolutions to be submitted to the government of India.
It also appealed to the state government to include the NRC update which was not in their four demands made to GoI. The NRC base year should be updated to 1951 and all illegal immigrants should be flushed out and not provide any privilege given by GOI, it added.
Meanwhile, Uripok Apunba Lup, a confederation of all clubs in Uripok said that they have submitted an affidavit to Ajai Lamba Commision initiated by Uripok Apunba Lup Legal team.
The legal team on behalf of the inmates submitted the statement given by 69 inmates taking shelter in Lamboikhongnangkhong, Meitei Langol and Wangoo Lupa Marup relief camps to the office of an inquiry commission led by former Gauhati high Court Chief Justice Ajai Lamba opened at Hotel Imphal.