No Separate Administration in Manipur as long as I have blood, says Biren

Imphal: Manipur chief minister N. Biren said “None can create Separate Administration in Manipur as long as blood flows in me” during the observation of Kargil Vijay at the Manipur Secretariat (South Block) on Wednesday.custom basketball custom hockey jerseys custom basketball jerseys realistic ass sex toy wigs stores nike air max 95 white nike air max 90 the rose sex toy nike air jordan 4 oil green best mens sex toys adidas ultra boost cheap wig custom nba jerseys nfl steelers nike air jordan 4 

The state government would strongly stand against the demand for Separate Administration, Biren said.

The Kuki have been demanding for a Separate Administration for the community.

“The current tension in the state is between the government and the elements who want to disturb the peaceful co-existence in the state. The tension erupted as the state government started acting against drug cartels,” Biren said.

The state government is not against the Kuki community who had been residing together in the state since a long time, he added. “The state government has firm stance to identify illegal migrants and drive them out of the state.” 

Biren warned against those elements who are trying to distort the integrity of Manipur. “The government would not succumb to any threat.”

“How long can we tolerate? We have been watching the economic blockade in Kangpokpi and the violence in Churachandpur. These places and Tengnoupal are all districts of the state. No one can do whatever they like. Never dream to disintegrate Manipur.”

Biren urges Zoramthanga not to interfere in the internal matters of other’s state

The chief minister ‘strongly’ condemned the use of abusive words against him in a solidarity rally held at Mizoram, which was participated by Mizoram chief minister Zoramthanga, calling it a barbaric act. He urged Zoramthanga not to interfere in the internal matters of other’s state. He also condemned the resolution taken by the European Parliament regarding the crisis in Manipur and portraying it as a clash between the Hindus and Christians, without knowing the ground reality.

Appreciates security forces’ initiative for peace

Biren appreciated the contribution of central security forces in the government’s initiative to restore peace and further stressed the need to work with more sincerity and transparency. He said protecting the lives of the people is the responsibility of the central and the state governments.

The government has been putting in every effort to restore peace and tranquility in the state by holding talks with different stakeholders and representatives of different communities. He informed that the government had started constructing prefabricated houses at different places, to relocate those people displaced due to the current unrest. Steps had been taken up to ensure supply of essential items at relief camps, he added.

The chief minister said clashes among different communities residing in the state occurred in the past too. However, the communities had been residing together again as brothers, after the problems were solved. He appealed to all to cooperate in restoring peace, refraining from violence so that all can live together again as before.

Kargil Vijay Diwas

Speaking on the observance of Kargil Vijay Diwas, Biren sa8d the day is being observed on July 26 in India, to celebrate India’s victory over Pakistan in the Kargil War for ousting Pakistani forces from their occupied positions on the mountain tops in Indian territory in 1999. He stressed the need to respect every soldier who had sacrificed their lives for the cause of the motherland.

Rural Development and Panchayati Raj minister Yumnam Khemchand said the valor and sacrifice of the Indian soldiers had made possible to defend the freedom and the integrity of the country. 

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