CorCom message dissects unrest situation
Source: Chronicle News Service

Imphal, July 08 2023: The Coordination Committee (CorCom), the conglomerate of under-ground groups operating in Manipur, extended revolu tffinary greetings to the peo-ple on the occasion of its 12th Raising Day and also offered revolutionary salute to all the revolutionaries martyred during the course liberation struggle for Manipur (Kan-gleipk).

On the occasion, CorCom convener in- charge MM Ngouba also paid his highest respect to all the revolution-ary organisations and people in Manipur (Kangleipak) and WESEA.

Conveying the anniversary message to the people, MM Ngouba said a deeply unfor-tunate crisis that was never wished to experience has befallen the beloved moth-erland, leaving the people overwhelmed with an in-describable anguish.

Faced with the imperative task of making the correct choice, people are united at a decisive juncture once more.

Taking advantage of some tensions, Kuki militants operating un-der So0 have capitalized on the opportunity to advance their long-standing agen-da, resorting to the use of weapons and committing indiscriminate acts of vio-lence resulting in the loss of innocent lives, including women and children.

They have set fire to homes and entire villages leading to the forced displacement of tens of thousands of people and leaving a trail of destruction in their wake.

The Govern-ment of India and its forces (Mayang soldiers) having all rallied in support of the Kuki militants have collectively committed an unpardonable offense against the people, MM Ngouba said in his an-niversary message.

According to Ngouba, re-solving any crisis becomes easier when appropriate time and circumstances align.

However, once those opportune moments pass, resolving the crisis becomes increasingly difficult or may not happen at all.

Postponing timely resolution exacts a higher toll in terms of human resources, properties, labour and even lives.

Manipur (Kangleipak) faces the added challenge of being compelled to wait for the ac-tions of colonial powers, as dictated by the prevailing colonial condition, where all responsibilities and avenues for resolving the crisis rests with Delhi.

This leaves the people at the mercy of Delhi who may or may not make any efforts to-wards a resolution.

'the ongoing crisis in Manipur (Kangleipak) serves as a constant reminder of the catastrophic consequences that unfold when a nation is deprived of its fundamental rights.

Manipur (ICangleipak) finds itself in a state of devastation primarily due to the relation-ship between Manipur (Kan-gleipak) and India coupled with the passive stance adopted by the 'Mayang' soldiers in the face of the crisis.

These two aspects can no longer be con-cealed.

The people of Manipur (Kangleipak) have made two crucial mistakes, as they were deceived into believing that Manipur (Kangleipak) is an inseparable (integral) part of India, and they had unwar-ranted confidence in entrust-ing the 'Mayang' army as their protector.

The ongoing crisis, persisting for several weeks, serves as a daily reminder of how distant the aforemen-tioned beliefs are from the reality.

Despite the relentless efforts to portray Manipur (Kanglei-pak) as just another state of India, it is widely recognized that there exist conditions that indicate a distinctive colonial political relationship between India and Manipur (Kanglei-pak).

Following the disinte-gration of the British Indian Empire, Manipur (Kangleipak) briefly reclaimed its sovereign-ty and established a republican democracy, marking a remark-able political accomplishment in the Asian region during that point of time.

However, India employed deceitful strategies and military force to colonize Manipur (Kangleipak), re-sulting in India assuming the role of the colonial ruler and Manipur (Kangleipak) being transformed into a colonized nation.

This colonial relation-ship has persisted since then.

In a short span of time, the people of Manipur (Kangleipak) began raising their voices for democratic liberation but India responded by implementing policies aimed at suppressing these popular voices.

As the revolution progressed to armed struggle, the Indian adminis-tration further intensified its repressive measures.

Under the guise of counter insurgency, India has persistently instilled fear and terror among the peo-ple of Manipur (Kangleipak).

To the colonial rulers, Manipur (Kangleipak) is merely a battle-ground where the democratic consent of its people holds no significance, and their policies lack any consideration for the development and welfare of the population.

Take for ex-ample, the conditions of the roads and bridges.

Even after 70 years of rule the conditions of Imphal-hribam highway have been pathetic.

The peren-nial artificial inconveniences persisting on Imphal-Dimapur highway are well known by the rulers.

The conditions have been allowed to deteriorate under the vigilant supervision of the top 'Mayang' strategists responsible for managing Ma-nipur's (Kangleipak) affairs.

As a universal norm, every action taken by an army is based on orders, and within the army, no task can be carried out without a proper order.

Soldiers are bound by strict disciplinary rules and regu-lations, preventing them from exercisingpersonal freedom in matters of sleep, wake up and meals.

Disobeying a command or order within the army re-sults in severe penalties, with various degreesof punishment swiftly enforced.

Soldiers who disobey commands related to firing or violate orders against firing can face court-martial proceedings.

In the event that higher-ranking officials fail to administer punishment, they themselves become liable to immediate consequences.

As punishments are swiftly meted out, there is no delay in granting rewards.

Those who demonstrate efficiency are promptly recognized at their respective workplaces, while the braves are imme-diately acknowledged and rewarded on the battlefield.

Conversely, those who desert the battlefield without orders are swiftly punished with the penalty of death.

The organization of duties within the army differs signifi-cantly from that of civilians.

When a mission is assigned, the agenda is communicated with utmost clarity and the means and tactics required to achieve the objectives are clearly defined and outlined.

Soldiers are provided with detailed information regard-ing the exact hour, minute and second when a mission is scheduled to commence and conclude.

They are also briefed on the specific actions and tasks that need to be car-ried out within a designated time frame.

It is essential for every soldier to possess profi-ciency in the assigned actions to ensure successful mission execution.

An action is only initiated upon receipt of an order.

The 'Mayang' army, like any other military organiza-tion, adheres to universal mil-itary norms.

Therefore, if the 'Mayang' army does not take action against Kuki militants who are committing crimes, it can be attributed to the absence of specific orders to do so.

When the Spear Corps stated that 'we are watching,' it implies that they have been instructed to remain as silent spectators to the conflicts unfolding among the people.

Instances have been observed where newly deployed Indian paramilitary personnel have engaged in acts such as at-tempted arson and destruction of property in the valley, but it Is important to note that they were simply following orders given to them.

Given the factors presented, it is un-derstandable to arrive at the conclusion that the 'Mayang' army is a highly incompetent large army of the third world, Ngouba said in his message.

According to Ngouba, huge and significant deployment of armed forces following the eruption of the crisis does not appear to be aimed at containing the situation, as people suspect.

Rather, there is growing evidence that such a heavy presence of armed forces is primarily intended to suppress the colonized population.

Indian armed forces, instead of effectively controlling the Kuki militants, are allowing them to carry out acts of terrorism without im-pediment.

Furthermore, these armed forces are subjecting and obstructing villagers who are defending their proper-ties against the aggression of the Kull marauders.

The continuation of such sinister actions only serves to deepen the wounds and intensify the desire of the people to resort to armed self-defense as a means of protection.

(To be contd) .

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