BJYM says Home dept inefficiency led to Moreh tension


IMPHAL, August 28: The recent tension in the border town of Moreh was resultant of a huge inefficiency of the Home department which will be highlighted to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, BJYM Manipur president Oinam Malesh said today.

Speaking to media persons, Malesh said it was the bias handling of high ranking officials and the Home minister which intensified the tension.

Law and order in the State is a total failure, he claimed.

Several high ranking police officers have kept the Moreh commandos inactive since the last more than six months, he alleged without naming the officials.

He further condemned Home minister Gaikhangam`™s reported statement that he was unaware of the inactivity of the Commando Unit of Moreh.

Gaikhangam`™s statement reeks of irresponsibility and he should tender his resignation on moral grounds for violation of Article 51 (A) Fundamental duty of the Constitution, Malesh demanded.

He elaborated if Gaikhangam is unaware and has no knowledge of his responsibilities than there is no way law and order is going to improve under him.

BJYM will soon conduct a ground reality check on the biasness of the police officers and their role during the tension and a detailed report will soon be personally submitted to Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

He further demanded that the Home department should take disciplinary action against the bias police officers and in case of a negative response from the concern authority, the BJYM will urge the Union Home Minister to look into the matter.

It is time, Gaikhangam answer about the communal tension in Moreh and the unfortunate incident at Aimol village Ngailon Village.

The BJYM will soon visit these two places, it said.


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