The Communist Party of India Manipur State Council (CPI-MSC) on Saturday reaffirmed the party’s commitment to fight tooth and nail to save the integrity of Manipur at all costs.
CPI-MSC convened a meeting to discuss the present political crisis of Manipur at Irabot Bhawan, stated a release. During which, Manipur CPI leader M Nara presented various resolutions, it stated.
It includes the ongoing conflict over separate administration demands, which is nearing seven months with no end in sight with the state still in the dark. It asserted that the BJP-led state government and its ministers must take utmost responsibility to resolve the issue and alleged them of remaining mute spectators to the ongoing crisis.
It reflected on the farsighted vision of Irabot in making Manipur an egalitarian society and asserted that he advocated for socialism. It added that the party has been following Irabot’s steps and striving relentlessly to fulfil his dream.
The party has been holding meetings in the 35 constituencies across the state, carving strategies to safeguard the integrity of the state in wake of the conflict, it said. It also briefed the measures taken by the party stating that it constituted state-level task forces in six districts, formed peace committees, held visits to the affected areas and urged the government to convene special assembly and all political meetings to solve the crisis among others.
It further mentioned that the party tabled the issue in the parliament, held meetings with President Droupadi Murmu, urging her intervention in resolving the issue and even carried out protests in Delhi. It expressed discontentment over the alleged deliberate failure of the government to bring a solution to the issue till now.
Attendees at the meet also reaffirmed their commitment to bring a political solution to end the crisis, to safeguard the state’s integrity and to protest against the government’s lack of action, it added.