COCOMI demands disclosure of ‘agreed points’ in Naga talks

COCOMI demands disclosure of  ‘agreed points’ in Naga talks
Alert protest on Naga peace talk staged at one of the Kabuis inhabited areas in Imphal on Monday.
Correspondent IMPHAL, NOV 4 | Publish Date: 11/4/2019 11:39:11 AM IST

Demand for revelation of the contents of the agreed points of the recently concluded last round of Naga peace negotiation gained momentum even as Coordination Committee on Manipur Integrity (COCOMI)’s alert campaign continued widely in full swing.

Kabui tribe of the Zeliangrong group settling in the valley areas also joined the chorus demanding disclosure of the agreed points of the Naga peace negotiation.

They also voiced against any move to distort territorial integrity of Manipur while calling upon the government of India not to disturb the communal harmony among the different communities living together in the state since time immemorial.

Kabui community members staged the alert protests under the aegis of the Manipur Kabui Union (MKU) showing solidarity to COCOMI’s ongoing campaign.

Placards some of which read “Integrity is love”, “Declare Indo-Naga talks”, “Long live Manipur” etc were displayed during the protest organised by Kabui Union Manipur (KUM).

Yangnu Golmei, a member of Keishamthong Kabui Women Society, said that similar alert protests were staged in almost all the Kabui inhabited areas of the valley. Kabuis will extend sport to COCOMI in all its movement for safeguarding the territorial integrity of Manipur, Golmei added.

Alert protests were also staged in various places of the state. Artistes of Shumang Leela, lawyers and people of different works of life joined the chorus cautioning the Centre not to hurt the interest of Manipur’s integrity.

During the protests, the protestors demanded all the 60 MLAs of the state to make their stand clear on the issue of Naga peace talk.

Meanwhile, Communist Party of India (CPI) Manipur State Council has called a public meeting to discuss the Naga peace accord in Imphal on November 11.

Announcing the organising the public, CPI state secretary L Sotinkumar alleged that there was a point in the agreement which the Centre entered with the NSCN(I-M) regarding granting autonomy to the Nagas in Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. The CPI leader addressed a press conference at the party office this evening.

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