India’s Act East Policy, a ploy: RPF

Correspondent IMPHAL, Feb 24: | Publish Date: 2/25/2019 12:00:00 AM IST

Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) on Sunday claimed that Act East Policy was a ploy of the Indian government to transform Manipur into a “transit route and a frontier military zone”. 

According to a statement, RPF president, Irengbam Chaoren said this at foundation day of the outfit, the political wing of People’s Liberation Army (PLA) struggling to regain Manipur’s freedom.

India has established friendly diplomatic relations with South East Asian countries, particularly Myanmar, and has been using its Act East Policy as an effective strategy to block Manipur from looking to the East, the statement alleged. 

The RPF president further alleged that the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill was designed to act as “surrogate” to organize demographic change.

The CAB was designed to act as surrogate to organize demographic change, he reiterated and added that “keeping faith in India and letting the Indian government rule over us any further, as if we are Indians and our future lies with India, would be a big blunder.” 

“We must unite and take a firm position collectively to fight and overthrow the Indian colonial rule so that we can re-build our nation independently. People’s liberation movement will be certainly victorious,” the RPF president said.


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