Thirty-two village chiefs and various civil society organisations (CSOs) of Leilon and Leimakhong have unanimously resolved to postpone the road blockade leading to Konsakhul that was scheduled from Wednesday.
In a release jointly signed and issued by chairman of Leilon Area Land Protection Committee (LALPC), K Lhouvum IDES and secretary LALPC, Paojangam Haokip, they stated that the resolution was made in pursuant to superintendent of police, Kangpokpi district for peace meeting in his office on Monday appealing to 21 village chiefs to maintain peace and restraint from road blockade.
It said that after the meeting with the SP, Kangpokpi district, 32 village chiefs and various CSOs of Leilon and Leimakhong areas assembled on Tuesday at Hengang and unanimously resolved to postpone the road blockade that was scheduled to take place from Wednesday until further notification from the chiefs.
As a peace-loving community, the decision to postpone the blockade was taken to abide by the directives received from the SP of KPI to restore peace and tranquillity in the area.
While lauding the noble initiative taken by the SP to restore peace in the areas, the LALPC reminds that it will not be a mute spectator until Konsakhul chairman D Adam clarifies and apologizes for all the wrongful allegations he had made on the 21 villages, it added.
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