Updated 9 Apr 2022, 3:15 am
Indigenous People’s Association of Kangleipak (IPAK) felicitated chief advisor Kundal Kshetrimayum and acting president Laishram Ravi of All Assam Manipuri Youth Association (AAMYA) for their support and cooperation which led to the withdrawal of the indefinite blockade imposed by the Southern Angami Public Organization (SAPO) along the National Highway-2.
The felicitation programme was held at IPAK’s office, Keishampat on Friday.
Addressing the gathering, Kundal Kshetrimayum said that they had launched indefinite counter blockade along the Assam stretch of the NH-2 against SAPO’S indefinite blockade which led to suffering of the innocent people of Manipur and to avoid any communal flare up.
“Our agitation was not against any Nagaland communities but to those who violated the constitution. It is against democracy to impose bandh or blockade on the lifeline of a state,” he said adding that any matters can be resolved through dialogue.
President, IPSA, Kh Somorjit appreciated AAMYA for their contribution to end SAPO’s national highway blockade that lasted for more than 10 days.
The intervention of AAMYA by calling counter indefinite blockade is one of the major reasons which compelled SAPO to withdraw its agitation, he said.
The programme was also attended by president, People’s Action for National Democratic Movement (PANDAM), Yumnamcha Dilip.
First published:9 Apr 2022, 3:15 am