TYNA disassociates from PPC

DIMAPUR, JUN 24 (NPN) | Publish Date: 6/24/2019 12:05:12 PM IST

Tamlu, Yongnyah and Namsang Area (TYNA) public forum Monday declared dissociation from Phom Peoples’ Council (PPC) due to what it called “PPC failure to uphold and implement its resolution No. 3 adopted on 25th November 2015.”

In a press release, TYNA president Büphei Phom and general secretary V Longba Phom said the decision to disassociate form PPC was as per the resolution passed by 24 villages under the banner of TYNA on June 18, 2019.

On several occasion, the forum said TYNA people submitted representation to PPC to uphold and implement its resolution. It said TYNA even on June 18, 2019 wrote a letter to PPC, but it failed to uphold its resolution. The forum said declaration of dissociation was “not emotional based and hurried decision” but an outburst of “accumulated displeasure” over the intentional non-implementation of apex tribal resolution.

Further, the forum said that a representation was submitted to the responsible minister and the state government not to go against the resolution. However, it alleged that the minister Temjen Imna Along “consciously” shrug off and disregarded the genuine appeal of the people. 

TYNA forum also stated that on June 18, 2019 it requested the government not to create misunderstanding and disunity among the people, but the government failed to pay heed to the appeal.  Denouncing the laying of two foundation stone for a single polytechnic institute, TYNA said the move has “only sown the seed of hatred and division.” TYNA public forum affirmed that it would not rest “until justice was delivered to the people by implementing PPC resolution No. 3 in letter and in spirit.”

Reiterating its stand to dissociate from all the tribal organization, TYNA has directed members to resign en mass so as to create separate TYNA platform like student and women organization etc. 

Forum cautioned that any of its members found violating its resolution it would impose a fine of Rs. 50,000 and initiate action deemed fit.

Meanwhile, TYNA has vehemently condemned the bomb blast at the residence of PPC president. TYNA stated that “such destructive act” was highly condemnable and urged the responsible authority to bring the perpetrators to book and take action.



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