Imphal: The present unfortunate ethnic crisis in Manipur can be cooled down by controlling anger until an amicable solution is brought to defend the threat to integrity of Manipur.
This was said by retired Indian Navy Captain L. Bimolchand Singh, a resident of Imphal, while talking to few reporters after he released his book “My Father and the Street Vendor of Khwairamband Bazar” at Hindi Parishad here on Sunday.
Crisis similar to the present one will recur until the central government takes up appropriate measures. The solution lies in the hands of the Centre, Bimolchand said.
The elected people’s representatives need to play important roles by pressing the Centre to amend certain Article of the Constitution and Acts that give rooms to threaten the integrity of the state, he added.
Bimolchand’s book was published by BlueRose Publishers in May. It is distributed by BlueRose, Amazon and Flipkart.
Through his life story, narrating the struggle he faced to become a distinguished person, he pens the socio-political and economic scenarios of Manipur which was a burden to all in the state.
He was the eldest son to an insane father and a street vendor mother.
Bimolchand became the only naval officer from Manipur in the early 80’s. His younger brother became a vice-chancellor of a university and the youngest brother was one of the pioneers of computer printing technology in the state.
His book gives the message “Never Give Up”. It was dedicated to his mother Laishram Rebatisana Devi and the indomitable spirit of the women vendors of Manipur.