Imphal: Government of India should be audibled without biasness on Manipur issues besides the viral naked parade issue that was highlighted on the Parliamentary floor when Prime Minister Narendra Modi break his silence on Manipur crisis.
This was stated president of Keishamthong Apunba Ima Lup, Soraisam Shanti Leima on Saturday at its Keishamthong Longjam leikai, Imphal West office.
She said people across the state strongly condemned the inhuman act of naked parade. The central government should also comment on other issues of Manipur where people are brutally killed.
Modi’s first speech on Manipur issue after over 70 days silence condemning the naked parade by sidelining other incidents indicates that Government of India intentionally wanted to defame Meitei community, she said.
She claimed that many Meitei people were burnt down alive and killed at different locations during the crisis however no comment was made by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
He should also comment on other violent incidents that has been occurring since May 3, she said.
Shanti said Kuki militants started the crisis by violating the ground rules. Central government should not be one-sided, the issue should be taken from both sides and do justice.
The present crisis in Manipur has been termed as Narco-terrorism by many.
Meanwhile, Manipur State Commission for Women has conducted spot enquiry regarding the naked parade incident.
Chairperson of the commission Salam Ulka said the commission will try at its level best to punish the culprits.
She said the commission has requested DGP, Manipur to provide details report regarding the incident by July 28. A copy of the letter was also sent to chairperson of National Commission for Women, additional chief secretary and director of state Social welfare department.
The commission has registered a suo motto case regarding the incident on July 20, she added.