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MMENAIUSF supports Telangana state
Published on 2 Apr. 2010 1:02 AM IST
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Mass Movement for Entire Naga Areas Integration Unity & Solidarity Front”( MMENAIUSF) supported the Telangana state demand to be carved out in democratic process from Andhra Pradesh.
A release issued by its president Puni Ashuli Arche stated that people of Telangana region have every right to form separate state in order to create good governance and smooth administration as according to the constitution of India it had linguistic and cultural homogeneity; common historic tradition; common religious background; geographical contiguity and it was according to the wishes of the indigenous people.
It said the people of Telangana face the same “burning issues” especially political, social, economic, and financial and employment issues as in the northeastern states viz. Naga integration issues, and the statehood demands for Karbianglong ; Bodoland and separate hill administration in and around northeastern states. The release stated that critical need hour in the country was the re-organization of the states for the convenience of the people with smooth administration and “vibrant governance for safety, security and integrity of the people in the country”.
As the people in the northeastern states, were deprived and discriminated politically, socially, economically and financially especially in the states of Assam, Tripura and Manipur. It asked the government of India to pay more attention to the weaker section of the society in the region through political solution and political infrastructures so as to canalize peace, prosperity and development in the weaker section and backward tribes at the earliest democratically, protect them constitutionally with fundamental rights without bias to caste, creed, sex, race and religion so that India may stand as the largest democracy in the world.

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