CPI regards BJP’s win as unfortunate

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, April 25, 2019: CPI Manipur unit says with the gaining momentum of BJP in power Manipur has to struggle hard in the issues of  Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, border pillar, implementation of 7th central pay commission recommendation and Citizenship (Amendment) Bill  among others.

CPI Manipur will face the pending issues to overcome the grievances of people, general secretary of CPI Manipur, Sotinkumar said in a press conference held today at its state party office here.

He said it is glad intending candidate of the party Dr. Moirangthem Nara was voted with more than 1.32 lakhs though he was in the third position in the recent Manipur inner Lok Sabha election. The number of votes shows that there are people in the state who stand for truths despite the impact of muscle and money power, he added.

It was already mentioned in the election manifesto of the BJP that Citizenship (Amendment) Bill will implement in the country if BJP continues its governance. It will be a big struggle for the state as people have been opposing it, he added.

Nara said the present trends of electoral system in the country needs to be changed. For this CPI will conduct stronger campaign, he added.

Electoral reform campaign has already started and we need to stimulate the campaign to bring a change in the country, said Nara.

A national executive meeting of CPI will be conducted on May 27 and 28 at Ajay Bhavan, New Delhi. In the meeting CPI will discuss the initial task to be taken by the party in order to strengthen the campaign to bring a change in the country, he said.

Nara said money power and manipulative measures were behind winning the elections, which people will realize in the near future.

He gave his greetings to the winning candidates of Manipur.



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