Wangkhei MLA Th Arumkumar on Friday announced his stance on present unrest in Manipur and stated that he will use his full power of being an elected representative in safeguarding the integrity of the state.
He was replying to a query raised by the media during a visit at the Children Home in Kabo Leikai, Imphal, which accidentally caught fire from an adjacent building which was ablaze by mob on May 4.
Stating that there are many things that can be done politically to safeguard the state’s integrity, he said, “I will not surrender. I will fight for my people like the 10 MLAs fight for their people politically”.
Highlighting the minutes of meeting with the 14-member legislature team of the state led by the Speaker and Union Home minister Amit Shah, he said that it is believed that with the Centre intervention everlasting peace will prevail in Manipur.
Stating that the unrest in the state has led to losses of many innocent lives, displaced of many people and damages of many properties, he extended his heartfelt condolences for all the victims of the crises.
Regarding the damages caused by the fire at the Children Home, the MLA assured to provide every possible support from his side and informed that he had apprised all the concerned departments to do the needful.