Communist Party of India Manipur State Council (CPI-MSC) on Friday alleged the BJP state government of showing a nonchalant attitude towards the 10 Kuki MLAs and letting them act according to their own whims.
The government has failed to disqualify the 10 Kuki MLAs who took an oath to protect the state’s integrity and for allegedly remaining idle to the threats against the state’s unity and territorial integrity, stated a release.
It accused the 10 Kuki MLAs of using illegal mercenaries from Myanmar to commit atrocities and violence against innocent civilians. It lamented that the majority of the indigenous people have been forcibly displaced from their homes and lands and made them refugees in their own land.
It also expressed discontentment over the alleged failure of the central and state governments to consider the suggestions raised by the party for ending the conflict and not initiating necessary effective actions for prompt solutions. It added that the same has added to public woes and simmering resentment.
It also mentioned the renaming of Meitei localities at Moreh into Kuki villages and demanded the government investigate the matter and also rectify the mistakes in the health cards of the displaced individuals from Moreh seeking refuge at various relief camps. The party is making necessary efforts and measures to resolve the prevailing communal conflict and restore peace and normalcy in the state, it added.