Manipur violence marked a complete six months on November 3 even as the Kuki-Zo people observed the sixth Remembrance Day in all the Kuki-Zo dominated areas paying tribute to the martyred Kuki-Zo people in the ongoing violence.
In Kangpokpi district, it was observed at Kangpokpi Town, Keithelmanbi, Saparmeina, Motbung, Kotlen, Leimakhong and Saikul under the aegis of CoTU.Candlelight vigil, motivational speech for the Internally Displaced Persons, village volunteers, mass prayers, etc. marked the occasion.
Speaking on the sidelines of the event, CoTU Chairman Thanglen Kipgen accused the incumbent CM as the “architect” of the ongoing wide-scale Manipur mayhem.
There have been many CMs in the history of Manipur and all the communities had lived together in peace, he said.
The CoTU’s Chairman also said that like-minded individuals, intellectuals and well-wishers from the Meitei community are never happy with the mayhem as they also find Biren Singh as the architect of the mayhem.
Responding to a query as to how the unrest in the state could see a sight of ending, the CoTU Chairman said that the Kuki-Zo people have completely no faith and confidence in the state government.