The All Manipur Nupi Marup (AMNM) has said that shifting the displaced people from relief camps to prefabricated houses constructed by the government will not help them in living a normal life like before.
In a press release on Thursday, AMNM said that violence in the state will only end after steps are taken to let displaced people return to their respective homes.
People of the Kuki community will try to claim the Meitei lands in Churachandpur and Kangpokpi district if the government fails to help in returning the displaced people to their respective homes at the earliest, it added.
It also alleged that there were conflicts between the Kukis and Paites for the land ownership of the Meitei people in Churachandpur. The Kukis have already put-up sign boards in Moreh, Churachandpur, Kangpokpi and Motbung areas claiming to be their land after flushing out all the Meiteis from the area by destroying all their houses, it added.
It also condemned the central security forces for letting the Kukis loot the Meitei houses in broad daylight while the Meiteis were denied entry to their villages to collect their belongings from their respective houses. The security forces deployed by the home ministry to put an end to the ongoing violence which has been 114 days, have been helping the Kukis for a greater Kuki land in an indirect manner, it alleged.
It expressed the need for political dialogues between the leaders of the two warring communities instead of a military solution to revive normalcy in the state, as per advice from renowned defence analysts and high rank retired military officers.