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RPF urges for participation on ‘Athoubasinggi Numit’ observation

RPF appeals to the public not to indulge in festivities and merry makings during the observation, it stated.  RPF calls on the people of Manipur to remember the words, “A day of freedom is 100 times better than a lifetime of dependence,” firmly believed by the martyrs.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 11 Apr 2022, 4:33 pm

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The proscribed Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) on Monday urged the public to take part in the observation of ‘Athoubasinggi Numit’ (Martyr’s Day) which falls on April 13.

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On arrival of the day during which valiant revolutionary fighters laid down their lives as a part of the ongoing self-determination movement, RPF and its military wing, PLA extend deepest respects to the brave martyrs, RPF stated in a release issued by deputy secretary, publicity Roben Khuman. It further shows reverence to the victims and survivors, it added.  

RPF appeals to the public not to indulge in festivities and merry makings during the observation, it stated.  RPF calls on the people of Manipur to remember the words, “A day of freedom is 100 times better than a lifetime of dependence,” firmly believed by the martyrs, it stated.

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There are countless examples of leaders sacrificing their lives for the independence of Manipur throughout history, it mentioned.  “One has to make a resolve that protecting our motherland is a duty one must perform and decide to take part in this self-determination movement,” it stated. RPF will continue to fight for the motherland until the last breath, it added.   

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First published:11 Apr 2022, 4:33 pm

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