Left for House session
IMPHAL, Nov 6: Raising the need for immediate actions to save the State's interest in light of the Naga Peace Talk, Left parties of the State on Wednesday appealed the State Government to immediately convene an Assembly session.
An emergency meeting of four Left parties, CPI, CPI(M), AIFB (All India Forward Bloc) and RSP (Revolutionary Socialist Party) was held Wednesday evening at Irawat Bhawan under the chairmanship of veteran CPI leader Dr M Nara Singh and took several resolutions including the demand for 'immediate' Assembly Session, said a statement issued by CPI(M).
CPI(M) Manipur State Committee secretary Kshetrimayum Santa, CPI (M) leaders Sarat Salam, Thounaojam Sharat, CPI leaders L Sotinkumar, Kh Surchand, Thokchom Joykumar, RK Amusana, AIFB secretary Khomdram Gyaneshwar and RSP secretary member Kangjam Manoranjan attended the meeting, it said.
The meeting discussed the prevailing situation following the Naga Pace Talk on October 31 and adopted various resolutions.
The State Government should convene an emergency sitting of the Assembly and adopt fresh resolutions in the interests of the Manipur and its people. The resolutions adopted should be presented before both the Houses of the Parliament which will commence from November 18, said the Left parties.
The Central Government should immediately invite all stakeholders of Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh including the State Governments, political parties and CSOs to discuss and finalise the Indo-Naga Peace Talk, demanded the Left parties.