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UNC criticizes Manipur' govt’s attitude to tribal people

SENAPATI: The United Naga Council (UNC) has lauded all the tribal Hohos/Inpis, Naga frontal organisations, district apex organisations, regional frontal organisations and Naga and tribal general public for effectively enforcing the 48 hours total bandh from October 22 midnight to October 24 midnight in the Hill districts of Manipur in its “tribal resistance movement against subjugation and state sponsored terrorism.”

In a press statement issued by its general secretary, S Milan, UNC deplored the lackadaisical attitude of the “communal” Government of Manipur towards the tribal people and disrespect to 9 dead bodies still lying at the morgue of Civil Hospital, Churachandpur HQs. It also questioned the “policy of the Central government’s stoic silence and giving free hand to O. Ibobi Singh who is running the state under goonda raj.”

UNC further appealed to all right thinking tribal people to support the struggle for a common secured future to live with dignity and honour, and also, to stay alert with all preparedness to “fight against all forms of subjugation and state sponsored terrorism.”

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