Manipur CM Has Agreed To Relocate State Security Forces From Disputed Site, Says MP Pfoze - Eastern Mirror
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Manipur CM has agreed to relocate state security forces from disputed site, says MP Pfoze

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Mar 09, 2024 12:32 am

KOHIMA — The Mao Council met with Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Friday in connection with the disputed site at Kezoltsa/Kozirü/Kozin and urged for the relocation of state’s security personnel to an undisputed area.

Outer Manipur Lok Sabha MP, Dr. Lorho S Pfoze, who attended the meeting, shared details of the outcome with Eastern Mirror over the telephone on Friday.

The MP said that the CM of Manipur had agreed to the request, pending assurance from the Tenyimi People’s Organisation (TPO) and Senapati-based Naga People’s Organisation (NPO) that there will be no damages to the land and forest or government property at the disputed site.

Singh is said to have emphasised that the government would wait for the assurance of TPO and take action accordingly, while expressing hope of bringing out an amicable solution at the earliest.

‘We do not want to delay this, the longer we keep the more complicated it becomes, so early intervention to this issue is very essential,’ the MP said.

He maintained the Manipur government has assured that it would act positively, for the sake of maintaining peace and also goodwill among the people.

The chief minister has also conveyed that if any of the concerned parties violate or destroy the outpost in any way, the government would react strongly, the MP said while expressing hope that good sense would prevail.

He has already tasked the Mao MLAs to work with the NPO to expedite the survey for relocation of the outpost, Pfoze further informed.

He maintained the discussion was fruitful and ultimately it should be able to satisfy the Angami Public Organisation or TPO.

Stating that the Nagas are peace-loving people, he expressed hope that the people will maintain the Naga brotherhood.

Also read: Angami Youth Organisation directs Mao citizens to leave Angami areas by March 17

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By Reyivolü Rhakho Updated: Mar 09, 2024 12:32:17 am
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