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M’pur govt to sign tripartite agreement with KCP (MC)
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Published on 25 May. 2009 12:35 AM IST
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Manipur government has authorized state additional chief secretary (home) and IGP (intelligence) to sign the tripartite agreement with the militants group KCP (MC) Lallumba faction on behalf of the state government, official source said Sunday. Cabinet of the Secular Progressive Front government convened under the chair of the chief minister, O Ibobi Singh on May 19 approved the tripartite agreement proposed by the home department for signing with KCP (MC), Lallumba faction. The Cabinet thoroughly discussed on the tripartite agreement prepared by the home department including the draft rehabilitation package proposed to be offered to the faction. Following the approval of the Cabinet, state Among others, the draft ground rules prepared by the state government includes payment of Rs. 4000 per month to each of the registered cadres of the KCP (MC) group surrendered to the government as per the agreement. government has entrusted state additional chief secretary (home), DS Poonia and IGP (intelligence), LM Khoute IPS to represent the Manipur government in talk for signing the agreement with the leaders of the KCP (MC) faction and Central government. IGP (intelligence), LM Khoute will also be the chairman of the Joint Monitoring Group (JMG) after the tripartite agreement apart from supervising the implementation of the ground rules to be enforced which would be effective after signing the tripartite agreement, source said. As claimed by the chairman of the faction Lallumba had recently claimed having strength of more than 370 cadres in three separate base camps. A total of 123 cadres including four female were reportedly staying at the first base camp, 75 cadres in the second base camp while over 100 cadres in the third base camp which also served as the training centre of the outfit. The faction in January this year declared that Bishnupur, Churachandpur, Thoubal, Tamenglong, Senapati, Imphal East and Imphal West districts were the areas of operation with its headquarters somewhere in Senapati area. Four rounds of tripartite talks were held since November last year till today with regard to the modality and package to be offered to the faction for mass surrender. Among others, the draft ground rules prepared by the state government includes payment of Rs. 4000 per month to each of the registered cadres of the KCP (MC) group surrendered to the government as per the agreement.

 
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