Tripartite talk brings no conclusion


Pothashang News Service: Imphal, May 18, 2018: Representatives of Manipur government, central government and the United Naga Council (UNC) today held another round of Tripartite talk over the UNC’s demand to roll back the creation of seven districts in Manipur at Senapati district headquarters.

UNC showed strong reaction to non adherence of the points that were agreed in earlier talks that there was “Non-adherence to the four memoranda of understandings with government of Manipur and government of India assurance on the matter”, “State government will issue advisory to the concerned authorities to ease out problems faced by general public subsequent to creation of new districts” and “State government will finalise its stand on UNC’s demand by April 10, 2018 and will inform the central government and UNC about it”.

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The state government agreed to prepare concrete proposal in the next round of talk that is scheduled on July 28.

Manipur government was represented by agriculture, vetenary and animal husbandry minister V. Hangkhanlian, and education and labour and employment minister Th. Radheshyam, principal secretary (finance and health) Vumlunmang Vualnam and revenue secretary T. Ranjit Singh.

UNC was represented by its president Gaidon Kamei, its general secretary S. Milan; president of All Naga Students’ Association Manipur, Joseph Adani and president of Naga Women’s Union, Asha Wungnam.

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The government of India was represented by joint secretary (NE), ministry of home affairs, Satyandra Garg.


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