The Manipur Youth League (MAYOL) on Friday announced that a national assembly to mark the end of the 21-day long march for national regeneration would be held on the coming Monday at Manipur University.
An absolute resolution would be taken during the assembly to decide the trajectory of the state, Mayol stated in a release.
The youth league maintained that the assembly would mainly discuss on four relevant primary points issues which include discussing the issues and challenges of the Meiteis in contemporary times, conjuring solutions to rectify and prevent the recognised issues, mapping out the policies and programs to implement the solutions and outlining individual responsibility in asserting these solutions.
MAYOL further stated that the long march for national regeneration had been organised to reawaken the spirit of patriotism, promote equality, unity and integrity among all communities in Manipur to safeguard the state's territorial integrity.
Meanwhile, the 17th day of MAYOL's long march for national regeneration concluded at Oriental College, Imphal.
The march kicked off from Malom and headed towards Tiddim ground for the morning public meeting.
The meeting took place at Kwakeithel Heinoukhongnembi community hall with senior journalist A Mobi and dean of Manipur International University Th Chandramani as the main speakers.
After the meeting, the volunteers continued towards Sagolband Tera Keithel in Imphal West.
The second meeting of the march took place at Sagolband Moirang Hanuba Leirak community hall with advocate L Jadumani and EGM president Khogendra Khomdram as the main speakers.
The volunteers then headed towards Oriental College where they will hold the night for day 17.