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SoO groups executing state-sponsored terrorism: RPF-II
Source: Chronicle News Service

Imphal, September 25 2023: The status of Manipur is explicitly outlined in the Indian Constitution, both before and after its inclusion in India, and is supported by agreements (including forcible annexation) that provides comprehensive historical context.

The contracted forces used by India in sponsoring ter rorism includes the armed groups from neighbouring nations currently warring against their respective government, such as Kuki PDF as well as individuals brought by them (Kuki inhabitants on either side of the Asian Highway from Tamu to Khampat of Sagaing Division of Myanmar, were brought to Manipur by the Kuki PDFs, which is in conflict with the Myanmar government).

Not only in Manipur, they also carry out attacks on Myanmar Army and undertake various tasks assigned to them by the Indian Army.

India has also lodged frequent accusations against four neighbouring nations on the international stage, alleging that they provide shelter, training, arms, and other forms of assistance to the revolutionary groups of Manipur.

According to MM Ngouba, the Indo-Manipur issue is consistently intertwined with international relations.

India's 'State-sponsored terrorism' have flagrantly violated another convention of the United Nations.

It is no longer a secret that Kuki armed groups operating under the SoO agreement, along with Kuki armed groups from neighboring nations, are involved in income generation through poppy cultivation and drug trafficking.

It is widely known that the self-proclaimed Myanmar opposition group, the National Unity Government (NUG), has issued notifications to Myanmar nationals and groups seeking refuge in India, urging them to refrain from engaging in poppy cultivation, drug trafficking and various illicit activities.

These illicit activities are conducted with the implicit cognizance of the Indian government and Indian security forces, thereby breaching the United Nations' 'International Convention for the Suppression of Financing of Terrorism'.

There is an even more influential organization, closely aligned with the UN convention, known as the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

FATF is global organisation that focuses on the financing of terrorism.

India also actively participates in FATF initiatives to strengthen global efforts against terrorist financing.

This organization has imposed several restrictions on Pakistan on charges of supporting and financing terrorism.

The extended restrictions enforced by FATF on Pakistan emerged as an important factor in destabilizing the economy of Pakistan.

The groups that signed agreements with the Indian government are openly engaging in intimidation and extortion along the highways of Manipur.

These acts are carried out with the knowledge of the Indian government.

Despite fervent pleas by the people of Manipur urging the government to intervene and curtail the groups' activities, the government has persistently turned a deaf ear to these pleas and feigned ignorance.

In the context of Manipur, India has infringed both the 'International Convention for the Suppression of Financing of Terrorisin' and the regulations set forth by FATF.

For this very reason, allowing India to face consequences is warranted.

Failing to take any measures in this regard would be a grave mistake on our part.

The recent campaign of 'State-sponsored terrorism', characterized by India's conspicuous silence, has not only provoked resentment among the populace but has also violated another UN articles.

The International Law Commission, operating under the auspices of the United Nations, has developed the 'Responsibilities of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (Articles on State Responsibility),' which delineate the principles governing state accountability for internationally wrongful actions.

If a government's actions or omissions contribute to or support terrorism, it could be held responsible under these principles.

Despite the passage of weeks and months, the Kuki armed groups continue to launch attacks on innocent civilians from areas protected by the Indian armed forces.

Alarmingly, not only have the Indian armed forces failed to intervene to safeguard the civilians, they have also obstructed the attempts of these civilians to defend themselves.

The Indian armed forces have employed force, including physical assaults, dispersal techniques, and firing upon unarmed crowds, and these outrageous actions have given the United Nations a compelling reason to take action against India.

The United Nations Security Council has adopted numerous resolutions addressing 'State-sponsored terrorism' and outlining measures to combat it.

Many significant and well-known actions have been taken in accordance with these resolutions.

India, like many other countries, have signed many agreements to combat terrorism and its various manifestations including 'State-sponsored terrorism'.

By participating in numerous United Nations resolutions, India has emphasized the significance of global cooperation in the fight against terrorism.

India has also been a member of international organizations such as the FATF and the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF), among others.

(To be continued) .


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