Students rise up against complaint to squash ILP regulation


Imphal: Joint Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) students’ wing along with six student bodies torched down effigies of secretary, Amra Bangali, Bakul Chandra Roy for filing a complaint at Supreme Court demanding to squash ILP regulation from Manipur, in front of Kangla gate in Imphal city on Friday.

Police confronted the agitators and detained five JCILPS student’s wing volunteers. They were co-convenor, JCILPS students’ wing, Maibam Julesh; Leishangkhong Fajal; volunteer of the students’ wing, Harley Laishram; Salam Fernandesh and Mujahid Makakmayum.

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Convenor of JCILPS students’ wing, Haobijam Chalamba Meitei told reporters at the office of JCILPS located at Sega Road Takhellambam Leikai, Imphal West that the JCILPS and its students’ wing strongly condemn ‘Amra Bangali’ (a political party) for filing a complaint at Supreme Court demanding to squash the ILP regulation from Manipur.

He said while the JCILPS, with other civil organisation with public support, has been carrying movement demanding to implement ILP system in Manipur by adding different provision for the safeguard of indigenous people of Manipur. During the movement one student was also killed during agitation, he added.

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The complaint filed by Amra Bangali must be withdrawn immediately as implementation of ILP system is not against any community but for the safeguard of the indigenous people of the state, he added.

He said the JCILPS students’ wing volunteers who were detained by the police personnel must be released immediately unconditionally, and cautioned for Intensifive agitation if the police personnel fail to release the volunteers immediately.

He appealed the politicians not to use ILP as a means to get political mileage.


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