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MORTAL REMAINS OF 2015 CCPUR VICTIMS LAID TO REST AFTER 632 DAYS

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Imphal, May 24, 2017 (DIPR): The mortal remains of the eight of the nine who died during the agitation against the three ILP Bills in 2015 in Churachandpur district were, today, laid to rest. Thousands gathered at the Hiangtam Lamka Public Ground, where, a public service was held before the bodies were finally laid to rest at a Memorial Ground at Mata Khuga Dam, Lamka, Churachandpur.

Public Works, Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Commerce and Industries, Power, Information and Public Relations, Administrative Reforms and Training Minister Shri Thongam Biswajit, Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt. Nemcha Kipgen, PHE Minister Shri Losii Dikho, Agriculture and Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Minister Shri V Hangkhanlian and Chief Secretary Oinam Nabakishore attended the function.

Addressing the gathering, Minister Biswajit said, it is of immense pleasure for the present government that today we are able to bring an amicable understanding to all past mistakes through a concerted efforts of the people and government and that the last rites are performed.

Past governments may have acted in the best of interest, however, what is good or bad is to be decided by the people, he said adding that the present government will act to deliver the people from all their grievances. The government will visit all the districts of the State and look into the grievances of the people, he said expressing firm belief that the relation between the different communities can never be severed.

Stating that misunderstandings may come up between the different communities at times, the Minister sought cooperation of all to avoid all such misunderstandings. The Minister further assured that, the present government will never hurt the sentiments or interest of any community and consult all stakeholders while making decisions which could affect the people.

He further sought cooperation of all the communities to bring development in the State. Asserting that different ethnic groups reside in the State, the Minister continued Manipur comprises of both the hills and the valley. He elaborated Manipur cannot be called a developed State if only the valley is developed while the hills lie neglected or vice-versa. The government is for the people and will certainly bring peace and communal harmony in the State, he added.

Agriculture, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Minister Shri V Hangkhalian saluted the sacrifices of nine youths and also expressed grief for those injured in the 2015 agitations.

He said let the blood shed by the youth for the cause of the tribal rights unite us to work together for a better tomorrow. The Minister also thanked the JAC, DC Churachandpur R Sudhan, SP Rakesh Balwal, 27th Sector Brigadier Ajay Kumar and 25 Bn Commandant for extending support to make the day a success. (DIPR)

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