Good will mission apprises Manipur Guv' to end UNC's issues
Source: IT News
Imphal, January 18 2017:
Delegates of Good Will Mission Manipur today urged the Governor of Manipur Dr.Najma Heptula and apprised her about the need of her initiation to end the over 2 months long economic blockade of UNC along the national High Ways.
Eight delegates of the Good Will Mission today meet the governor and apprised her the present problems being face by the common people due to the economic blockade on High Ways by the UNC.
During the meeting Manipur Governor Dr.Najma Heptula Assures all possible help to resolve the issues of the UNC in consultation with the government of Manipur.
When heated argument about deciding a place to hold talk between the government of Manipur , UNC and the Government of India is being taken place Union Home Minister had sent a letter to the government of Manipur stating that it is the State government that is responsible to end the economic blockade and that the state government should initiate peace dialogue with the UNC in the presence of Union Government representatives if desired so.
Following the directives the Chief Secretary of Manipur O Nabakishore had intimated the UNC to hold tripartite talk with the government of Manipur here in Imphal on 23rd January.
Convenor of the Good Will Mission Ningthouja Lancha while speaking to media persons said that the member organization of the mission welcomes the initiative of the Manipur government and that the members are ready to extend all sort of help to the government.
Earlier UNc has been rejecting any talk with the government of Manipur at Imphal and the Manipur government too rejected any talk with the UNC at Senapati as it would amount to violation of the government protocol.
The UNC and Manipur government are "yes" if the dialogue could be held at new Delhi but if the talk is held at New Delhi than the central government has to initiate.
The differences has been sorted out as the Union Home Ministry has stated that the matter about talk with the UNC is in the purview of the state government and that state government should initiate dialogue with the UNC.