ATSUM’s inter-state bandh, ban on construction works of national projects to remain effective

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Imphal: The proposed 48 hours inter-state bandh and ban on construction works of national projects in the state from October 26 shall remain effective, says All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM).

At the invitation of the state government, a meeting between state government and ATSUM and its federating units was held on Saturday at the office of tribal affairs and hills minister Vungzagin Valte office on the ultimatum served by the ATSUM for timely conduct of ADC Elections 2020 without any further extension of term of office of all members of six ADCs as recommended by the Hill Area Committee in its meeting on October 8, the student body said in a press statement.

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After a lengthy discussion, requests for suspension of the proposed agitation of ATSUM was made by the state government on the promise that the ATSUM demand will be discussed in the next cabinet sitting of the government.

However, ATSUM after having serious consultation with its federating units, have declined the state government proposal for suspension of ATSUM agitation as the demand to issue ADC Election notification was not materialised, it added.

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