MMWO demands clarification from Biren

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, January 20,2019: Manipur Muslim Welfare Organisation (MMWO) has alleged Manipur chief minister N. Biren Singh’s advisor Rajat Sethi for insulting the people of Manipur on Twitter. It demands the advisor to apologise and the chief minister to clarify over the matter immediately.

Joint secretary, MMWO Khulakfam Altab Ali in a press conference held today atthe organisation’s office at Hatta, Imphal East said that on January 17 Rajat Sethi tweets in his twitter account that “In Manipur, the Congress goons tried to burn the effigy of our PM @narendramodi. A bystander jumped in and stopped them from burning it. Such a gesture of true love and genuine respect from a common citizen, something that Congress could never earn!”

The act of Rajat is not only an insult to the organisation but a mockery towards the indigenous people of Manipur. Rajat must apologise to the people for the act and chief minister must clarify the matter immediately. If the chief minister failed to do so at the earliest, he must face the consequences, he cautioned.

He said the organisation tried to ablaze the effigy of Prime Minister was not an influence of any political party as the organisation is not based on any political party but it is for the welfare of the people of the state.

 “It is quite unfortunate that this non-Manipuri guy tries to drag the pressure group inside into dirty politics and tries to misguide the agitation be labelling wrongful charges to make the rightful demand to be null,” said the secretary.

MMWO will intensify the agitation until and unless the central government make it clear that the bill be either withdrawn from passing in the parliament, he added.

He urged all political party of the NE region to stand firm against the bill instead of playing political blame game against each other.






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