KSA raises posers on Framework Agreement

IMPHAL Oct 14: Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) has demanded the State Government to clarify regarding the news items carried by a local daily in which Assam Opposition leader Debabrata Saikia demanded a Special Session of the Assam Legislature alleging that the Central Government might possibly approve the integration of Naga inhabited areas of Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh.

Students protest

Bishnupur: Kangleipak Students Association (KSA) in collaboration with the students of Bishnupur Public School, Thongjaorok , today, formed human chain along the road leading to the school, condemning the destruction to the school’s fencing by some MGNREGS workers.

IMPHAL, Sep 21: Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) has urged all the clubs, associations, Meira Paibi Lups to support its scheduled ban on non locals from commuting along the roads and the Leikais from tomorrow till October 7.

IMPHAL, Sep 14: The Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) has threatened to ban movement of non-local people at all localities if the non-local candidates contesting in the forthcoming Panchayat election do not withdraw their candidature by September 20.

KSA carries on stir

IMPHAL, Aug 24:As part of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA)’s sustained agita-tion demanding reserva- tion of eight ACs of the State for indigenous people and removal of non-local voters from electoral roll, KSA Thoubal district council today organised a sit-in protest at Progressive English School, Wangjing.
The demonstrators also formed human chain and shouted slogans against non-locals contesting elections and demanding reservation of seats to indigenous people in eight ACs.
They also raised slogans urging the CM given in the State Assembly to honour his commitment for protection of indigenous people and unconditional release of student leaders who were arrested during agitation.

IMPHAL, Aug 22: Following an understanding reached between the Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) and the State Government today, the 48 hours general strike called by the former from August 23 midnight till August 25 midnight has been put off.

KSA calls 48 hrs bandh from Aug 23

IMPHAL, Aug 21: Alleging harsh actions by the State Government against its volunteers and the students demanding protection of the indigenous people, the Kangleipak Students Association (KSA) has called a 48 hour State wide bandh from midnight of August 23 till midnight of August 25.

The Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) has condemned the statement made by Chief Minister N Biren in connection with Patriot’s day observation yesterday.

Thoubal: In connection with the demand of the KSA for creating a law to safeguard and protect the indigenous people of the State, students of Lalit Madhop High School and Standard English School in Khongjom formed human chain in front of their respective schools today.
Banners and pla cards demanding “Reserve seat in the Assembly for indigenous people only”, “Restrict contesting of election by non-Manipuris”, “to remove non-Manipuris from the electoral roll” etc were carried by the students.

KSA locks Imphal West DC office

IMPHAL, Aug 9: Joining the agitation being spearheaded by the Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA), a large number of students today locked the gate of Imphal West DC office complex on the pretext that the district administration has failed to translate into action Chief Minister N Biren’s assurance given on the floor of the Manipur Legislative Assem-bly recently regarding pro- tection of indigenous people of the land.
A large number of students wearing school/college uniforms stormed the DC office complex and locked its gate at around 1.20 pm.

Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) today said that it is most unfortunate that the 60 Members of the State Assembly turned a deaf ear to the demands for an Assembly resolution to protect indigenous people, removal of non-locals from electoral roll and constitution of an Assembly Committee for the same.