JCILPS will vacate illegal tenants in state from next month: Manjit
IMPHAL | May 7 : Convenor of Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) students’ wing, Manjit Sarengthem said if the non-local are successfully entering into the state without carrying proper documents, a massive movement of vacating them from rented house will be initiated from next month.
Manjit stated this during a press conference held today at its office located at Sega Road Konjeng Hazari Leikai, Imphal. He said the conglomerate committee has stated that any non-locals not carrying proper documents will not be allowed from entering into the state. In relation to this, various drives have been conducting by the conglomerate committee.
He said that in the last four months, more than three hundred non-locals have been sent back to their respective states under the drive of the committee to monitor illegal entries in the state.
Today also, six non-locals have been apprehended by JCILPS students’ wing from north AOC who were entering in the state without carrying proper documents, Manjit said.
In the state, many non-locals have been entering like flash flood though conglomerate committee is conducting drive against illegal entries. Some non-locals are entering in the state by holding expired valid card of Nayak infrastructure private limited, though the card had been expired on 2015, he added.
He said many non-locals come to the state not only for business but they commit crimes like robbing and thieving. They also commit rape and molestation crimes to the women of the state. To prevent such illegal entries the committee will tie up with other hills organisation to monitor them.
Conglomerate committee has also appealed the transporters to verify non-locals that have proper document or else they must deny giving them enter inside the state. It unwanted things happen to the non-locals, the transporters should be held responsible for that, he stated.
Manjit said according to a reliable source, the conglomerate committee has confirmed that in some parts of Assam and Tripura, some people are making fake identity cards to enter into the State. The state and police should show the illegal entries that there is a law enforcing agency in Manipur, he asserted.
Before bringing the issue of passing inner line permit bills which would be in interest for the indigenous people residing at hills and valleys, the government must bring a solution to stop illegal entries in the state for the time being, Manjit said.
He said the six non-locals who were apprehended by JCILPS student’s wing will be sent back to their respective states.
He appealed the rent owners to check all the necessary documents before they are allotted for rent and stated that if the tenant are found to be illegal they will be vacated by conglomerate committee from next month.
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