SENAPATI, Aug 18: The Senapati District Students’ Association (SDSA) has reaffirmed its stance against any bifurcation of Naga’s land especially in Senapati district in the backdrop of vocal demand for the creation of Sadar Hills district.
Addressing media persons today, SDSA president Pfokrehrii Khrasi stated that any means to dishonour the historical domain of the Nagas and its ownership over its land will only destabilize and disintegrate the communal co-existence of different diversified groups in Manipur. And that, any eventualities arising out of the present sensitive issue, the present SPF led O.Ibobi Singh State Government will be solely responsible.
With human patience already drained out inspite of repeated attempts and appeals to consider humanitarian issues especially on NH-39, the SDSA is regretted to state that, the State Government’s policy of discriminations and repression must end immediately.All the stranded trucks and vehicles along the NH-39 in Senapati District to immediately vacate/clear within 24 hours time, failing which, the SDSA will not be responsible for any untoward consequences, he assrted.
Expressing strong resentment over the repeated failure of the State Government to facilitate even emergency medical services, student’s issues, stranded trucks and vehicles, the SDSA has been compelled to react. Taking these necessary steps as a concrete measures to seek the attention of the concerned, the SDSA will intensify its agitation, in case the State Government continuous to remain a mere spectator and turn blind eye on the Nagas concern, the president added.