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.
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.
THOUBAL, Aug 3:In an ongoing movement of KSA to safeguard the indigenous people of Manipur, students of KM Blooming Higher Secondary School, Khangabok under the guidance of KSA Thoubal District Council took out a rally at NH today.
The students raised many slogans like “Dont allow outsiders to contest electrion”, “Pass the bill which will safeguard the natives of Manipur”, etc and also formed a human chain.
IMPHAL, Aug 2: The KSA has urged all the MLAs of the State to adopt a resolution in the State Assembly on reservation of Assembly seats for indigenous people where non-local people have overwhelming presence and forward the same resolution to the Government of India.
The Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) has vowed to carry on their struggle until the rights of all the indigenous people of the land are fully protected.
IMPHAL, Jul 31: As part of the agitation demanding protection of indigenous people of the State, a series of demonstration was held today at different places under the auspices of Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA).
TENGNOUPAL, Jul 25:In connection with the killing of Nengneingah Khongsai, d/o Letthang Khongsai of Mission Veng Moreh ward no 2 by a KNA cadre, Seikhosat Haokip on July 23, the Khongsai Inpi, Tengnoupal district has stated that the crime committed by the cadre was unintentional and a mishap, conveyed a press release issued by general secretary of Khongsai Inpi.
IMPHAL, May 14:Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) has urged the authority concerned to correct an error in one of the class X books prescribed by BOSEM and several other social science books regarding the fact about hoisting a tri colour flag at Moirang by the INA during the Second World War and also to correct the wrong
inscription at Moirang Kangla regarding the event, conveyed a press release issued today by the publicity secretary of KSA.
IMPHAL, May 11: Kangleipak Students’ Association has urged the various private Higher Secondary Schools present in the State to refrain from using monetary benefits and rewards to lure the toppers of the class X exam organised by BOSEM to study in their respective schools, conveyed a press release issued today by the secretary publicity of the association.
IMPHAL, Apr 8 : Kangleipak Students’ Association (KSA) Jiribam Council and Jiri Meira Paibi Womens’ Organisation , Kangleipak (JIMWORK) will hold a public meeting on April 18 at Jiri Town hall, conveyed a press release issued today by the publicity secretary of KSA.
IMPHAL, Mar 9 : A cycle rally to commemorate the 6th Kanglei Mega Sports Festival, Kangleipak Students’ Association has organised a rally today.