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KRA Decries KNF (P)’s Quit Notice

IMPHAL, Feb 23: Following the alleged ‘quit notice’ served on the Meitei community residing in certain places of Sardar Hills by the Kuki National Front-President (KNF-P), around 100 people have left Motbung, Saparmeina and other areas of the Sardar Hills and they are now taking shelter at Sekmai this evening.

Following this incident, the Kuki Revolutionary Army (KRA) has strongly condemned the act of KNF (P) saying it is ‘barbaric’.

Informing to Newmai News Network tonight, Jeremy Khongsai who is the ‘home secretary’ of Revolutionary Government of Kukigam (RGOK/KRA) said, ‘In this modern world serving quit notice to one’s community is barbaric and unacceptable on humanitarian perspective.”

The RGOK/KRA has appealed the KNF-P to immediately revoke the quit notice ‘on compassionate ground’ so as to avoid any unwanted incidents.

The KRA then cautions that KNF-P should be held responsible for any fallout from the episode.

Meanwhile, reports said 15 Meiteis residing Sapermeina, Motbung and Kangpokpi were summoned by the KNF-P on Tuesday to one place and questioned them why KCP-MC were made to shelter in their houses.

Reports added that the KNF-P were angry that KCP-MC had taken hostage a person from Imphal market recently in one of these Sadar Hills locality resided by the Meitei community. Following this, the KNF-P had asked the Meitei community to leave Sapermeina, Kangpokpi and Motbung by Wednesday evening.

Meanwhile, the Kuki Inpi, Manipur (KIM) and the United Committee, Manipur (UCM) has been working hard to neutralize the situation.

The Kuki Inpi has appealed the Meitei not to leave Motbung, Sapermeina and Kangpokpi. Many Meiteis were reported stopped by the Kuki Inpi volunteers not to leave Kangpokpi.

The Kuki Inpi also appealed to the Meiteis who left their homesteads to return back home to Sapermeina, Motbung and Kangpokpi areas and appeals for peace.

(Courtesy: The Sangai Express/Newmai News Network)

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