IMPHAL, June 10: A one day consultation programme for the leader of civil frontal organisations and students`™ associations of the state was organised by All Manipur Christian Organisation (AMCO) at the Shalom Hall, MBC Centre Church Chingmeirong from 10 am onward.
According to a release of the organisation, the programme was attended by leaders from affluent Civil Society Organisation and church leaders.
After the welcome and introduction speech from President of AMCO, Reverend Prim Vaiphei, General Secretary of MBC, Reverend Dr. W. Konghar stated that peace is not made by man but is from God and man need to preserve it, it said.
UCM leader, Elangbam Johnson expressed the desire to diagnose the social issues from various parameters and seek to climate ethnic centric view of the community. All HERICOUN members aso expressed to gear up awareness campaign in the land, it said.
AMUCO Chairman, Dr. Mani also stressed on the importance of political intervention and analysed the leadership conflict as a major issue of the present condition of Manipur.
Love Manipur, Reverend L. Timothy Phaomei stirred to collect love stories such as helping one another and sharing in time of need of different communities for building a bond of the community in Manipur, it said.
President of KIM, Thangkhosei pointed out the issue of insecurity as the major problem for every community and religion.
The programme was concluded by meeting Chairperson, Rev. Dr. S. Lalpi Vaiphei, Rev. Simon Raomai by concluding the meeting with a resolution to go ahead with the next consultative meeting at Senapati/Ukhrul or other parts of Manipur, it said.
The meeting concluded with prayer from Rev. L. Timothy Phaomei, Love Manipur.
The joint forum has also appealed the GOC, 57 Mt. Division and Government of India to update the public on the situation of innocent under `Friendly Operation`™ on regular basis, to allow media and civil society leaders and religious leaders concerned to visit the affected people in the operation areas to assuage the psychological impacts of the military operation and to conduct the ongoing operation with lady police personnel to assuage the fears and apprehension of women and children and youth in those villages with immediate effects, it said.