Plea to book NAMTA president Lien Gangte

Imphal: Union minister of Home Affairs Amit has been asked to book Lien Gangte, president of North American Manipur Tribal Association (NAMTA).

Former member of MSME National Board from Manipur and BJP Manipur member, Robin Blackei, has written a letter seeking the Home minister to take appropriate action against Manipuri Kuki Lien Gangte who addressed at Surrey Gurudwara of British Columbia, Canada seeking support for Zo-Kuki community on September 22.

The Gurudwara, is considered as hot-spot of Khalistani separatist activities in Canada.The slain terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar was the president of ‘Surrey Gurudwara as well as leader of Justice for Khalistan. His address there during this Indo-Canadian diplomatic row needs minute examination, Blackei said in the letter.

He is conscientiously conceding himself with anti-Indian elements and tormenting law and order disturbances in the state of Manipur. Their dream of forming a ‘Zallengam’ or a Kukiland, comprising areas of Manipur (India), Myanmar and Bangladesh is an instigation for secessionist movement and an open revolt and challenge to Government of India.The recent jump of drug trafficking and gun running activities in the vicinity of Mizoram is an initiative of Kuki-zo politicians are criminal nexus of international magnitude and it needs in depth analysis, he added.

Gangte’s site narrative of minorities tribal Christian oppressed by majority valley Hindus is a wilful exaggeration and a clear example and playing victim card in front of international audiences, Blackei said.

“Such individual needs a lesson and should be booked under prevention of unlawful activities Act, and possibly be declared him a wanted fugitive.”

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