Village authorities of 21 villages in Kangpokpi district has given a warning to launch blockade of the road leading towards Konsakhul if fit fails to apologise within three days, said chief of Henjang village, K Lhouvum.
Lhouvum told media at Henjang village on Saturday that the village authority of Konsakhul and Manipur government will be held responsible for all the consequences and events that unfold due to blocking of these roads.
K Lhouvum further refuted to the claim made by Konsakhul’s village chairman, D Adam Liangmai who alleged that the people inhabiting in these 21 villages were actually brought from Burma in 1950 by Kuki militants.
He said the allegations made by Konsakhul’s Village Chairman, D Adam Liangmai regarding these 21 villages causing deforestation to plant poppy, and also polluting the water at Singda Dam is baseless.
Lhouvum urged government to visit these villages and conduct proper inquiry in order to find out the truth regarding the allegations made by Konsakhul village authority.
He also termed the claim of Konsakhul on Kharam Thadoi, P Molding, Leilon Vaiphei, Kharam Vaiphei village, which are as old as 100 to 200 years, as baseless and false.
He further sought government to carry out investigation on some miscreants killing two Mithuns belonging to Leilon village, allegedly through gunshots, that too when CrPC 144 was in place on March 28, as under CrPC 144 carrying of weapons and firearms are restricted.
He also expressed dissatisfaction over police not taking any actions against Adam Liangmai, despite registering two FIR at Sapermeina police against him.
The government should carry out investigation and to take against those who are involved in creating tensions and who are trying to mislead the government.