The Barak Manipur Friendship Association (BMFA) on Wednesday sent a 20-point resolution on the prevailing Manipur issue to the Prime Minister’s Office, the President’s Secretariat and Vice President of India’s office and other stakeholders.
The resolutions were adopted during the Peace Convention on Manipur Crisis held at Rajiv Bhawan, Silchar, Assam on August 13, stated a release.
The resolution includes no road blockade on the National Highways, time-bound judicial enquiry on the conflict, stopping illegal immigration and drug trafficking, implementation of NRC, resumption of internet services, relief and rehabilitation of the displaced persons etc, it stated.
It also alerted other state governments to check on illegal immigration and not to allow any foreign nationals to settle in their state. It asserted that the citizenship of those taking shelter in the Barak Valley region should be verified to avoid any demographic disturbances in the region.
It further deliberated that the government should cancel the treaty with Myanmar where immigrants are allowed to enter 18 kilometres inside India and Myanmar territories without VISA and also made demands for a special economic package.
It urged the government to resolve the conflict and chalk out a peace settlement in a given time frame without disturbing the territorial integrity of the state. It also appealed to all to shun violence, disarm the general public, start communicating, protect reserve forest areas and relook into the modalities of the Suspension of Operation system.