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M’pur BJP calls Chidambaram a ‘problem creator’
Correspondent IMPHAL, May 13:
Published on 14 May. 2010 12:34 AM IST
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BJP on Thursday strongly charged the Union home minister P Chidambaram for the present crisis in Manipur while demanding his resignation on moral grounds for creating unrest in the country’s north eastern region.
BJP national spokesperson Prakash Javedkar talking to reporters called Chidambaram a “problem creator” recalling the large scale violence on the issue of creation of Telangana state in Andhra Pradesh.
Stating that Chidambaram had given assurance for the creation of separate Telangana state created a big problem resulting to loss of many lives in Andhra Pradesh in the aftermath without prior consent from the state, the spokesperson said the union home minister had granted rebel leader Th Muivah to enter Manipur without prior consultation and consent from Manipur government.
“Muivah’s visit should be withdrawn immediately,” he demanded asserting that the visit of Th. Muivah Manipur will give a false alarm to the people of Manipur.
The spokesperson when on to say that the BJP’s stance for the territorial integrity of the state was very clear and the party would oppose any move that would disintegrate the territorial integrity of Manipur.
He also demanded that state government should take immediate steps to ensure availability of essential commodities in selected stores in reasonable prices till the situation in the state calmed down and is returned to normalcy.
On the issued of the employees strike, Javedkar insisted for ending the strike through negotiation.
Javedkar who was among a three-member committee formed by the BJP at the Centre coming to Manipur to look into the state situation Thursday briefed the media today at BJP, Manipur Pradesh office, Imphal.
The BJP led by its president Nitin Gadkari was accompanied by Prakash Javadekar, Tarun Vijay and party MP Bijoya Chakravarty.
The committee will discuss the situation with civil society activists, party workers and police and government officials, party source said. The delegation will be back to the national capital on Friday and give its report to Gadkari an agency report said adding that the delegation will also meet Home Minister P Chidambaram before submitting its report.

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