The Kuki Students' Organisation-General Headquarters has appealed to all the stakeholders in violence-hit Manipur that those people who are stranded in both the hills and the valley are properly taken care of.
The student body also allay the apprehensions of the valley brethren, saying that those who are stranded are safe and treated with utmost care.
The process of evacuating those stranded people should not be hindered, the KSO said, adding that they should be allowed to reach their respective families.
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It also appealed to all the stakeholders to desist from violence, henceforth.
While appreciating the initiatives taken by certain CSOs and religious leaders to bring peace in the state, the KSO-GHQs appeals to one and all to make the situation conducive for peace and normalcy to return to the state.
The student body further urged the general public and the government of Manipur to recognise and appreciate the ongoing peace process that is being undertaken.
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