Kakching assembly constituency MLA Mayanglambam Rameshwor expressed his disappointment over the different political views among the Meitei community on the ongoing violence which caused misunderstanding among the Meiteis instead of facing the real enemies of the state.
Speaking at a press meet at his residence in Kakching Makhalou on Thursday, Rameshwor said that the last dates for the biometric survey to identify genuine Indian citizens have been extended till March 31, 2024 to identify and stop the influx of illegal immigrants in the state.
Reviving peace and normalcy in the state is the only aim of the state leaders, he added.
He stressed the need for a joint table conference with all the 60 MLAs of Manipur to solve the ongoing ethnic violence in the state.
The Central government also assured to start a peace process with all the 60 MLAs for a solution to the current unrest, he said.
“It is high time we unite and face our enemies together as several political views arise within our community which causes misunderstandings in our community,” he mentioned.
MLA Rameshwor said that he has been doing his best by meeting central leaders to help end the conflict in every possible way and also has been extending help to flush out the Kuki militants from the state.