Meeteis must consolidate unity to fight enemy: PREPAK-Pro
Source: Chronicle News Service

Imphal, October 09 2023: The proscribed People's Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak- Progressive (PREPAK-Pro) claimed to have celebrated its 47th Raising Day on Monday.

On the occasion, PREPAK-Pro chairman Longjam Paliba M paid revolutionary salute to all those who sacrificed their lives while safeguarding the motherland in the prevailing conflict.

On behalf of the outfit, he also shared the grief and sorrow of families affected by injuries, harm and missing of their love ones during the unfortunate crisis.

He also expressed gratitude to those brave volunteers and women who are defending the motherland in these woeful days.

Sending out his message on the occasion, Longjam Paliba M said that the Meeteis, while leaving behind disaccord, must consolidate unity to fight the newly emerging enemy supported by powerful subordinated lobbies from inside and outside India.

Knowing strategic disadvantages in terms of location and sparse population, the Meiteis must also remember the quote of General George S Patton 'The object of the war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his'.

In other words, the Meeteis must highlight battle plan so as to let others die more for their evil thinking.

According to Longjam Paliba M, media houses and fact-finding team of India would not comprehend the root-causes of the current crisis without knowing the toponymy of Manipur.

The origin and establishing history of now devastated villages would be helpful to identi fy who are the new settlers and indigenous villagers.

The cultural and ritual history of Manipur clearly exhibits the interconnected wholeness of the forest of plain and surrounding hills.

Those who attempted to annihilate these facts, are exposed themselves as 'other people' to the soil as they do not regard and intentionally misrepresent the aged old history of Manipur.

It is also a fact that the current conflict was sparked off by those syndicates of 'Intellectual Terrorists' who had got education deviously by taking the support and benefit from the government and the missionary.

These educated and criminal elites are attempting to heighten their baleful political demand by misleading and instigating bloodshed between the two communities costing innocent lives.

They are acting like 'Politicalised Ambulance Chasers' who always seek the benefit of lawsuit to justify their factitious narratives and political demands, Longjam Paliba M observed.

Continuing his message, Longjam Paliba M said that Indian administrators have been executing the electoral politics by imitating the once infamous British divisive policy.

The prejudiced policy such as the awarding excessive benefit to a particular community in view of vote-bank had sown the evil seed which grows to become the 'Ethnic Frankenstein' .

The existing unfortunate and pervasive bloodshed is the outcome of combating the Delhi-adopted Frankenstein.

The on-going crisis is the war of truth as it is against those new settlers who have been attempting to hegemonize geo-economically inside Manipur and the Meeteis' duty is now obviously bound to fight against those who endeavour to fragment the motherland Manipur, he added.

The PREPAK-Pro chairman further said that the colonialist British earned a huge capital in opium trade and India followed suit in practice as it is the only nation in the world to allow medicinal opium gum production.

Even when anybody spit on the soil of Manipur, a beautiful flower or banana plant springs up and noticing such a golden land big pharmaceutical companies along with central forces might have undertaken poppy plantation.

Narco-terrorism is not a new buzzword; it was effectively used by the British colonialist.

Later, India weaponized it in internal colonization.

In real sense, the so-called 'SoO' is now becoming the 'Suspension of Organism of Manipur' with the objective of chalking out the ethnic-based political triangle which needs to be resisted strongly, the PREPAK-Pro chairman said.

The 'World Order' led by the then superpower British was challenged with Anglo-Manipuri War and two Nupi Laan in Manipur.

These two events embarrassed the British, and so they always wanted to oppress and revenge the Meeteis.

Without deeply understanding the ethos and body politics of WESEA people, the British had written obsolete Secret Administrative Book as ways and means of administering each ethnic group.

However, India accepts the book as sacred Bhagavad Gita.

This might be the reason why the Indian Constitution belittled the Meiteis, Longjam Paliba M argued.

The contribution of Manipur to India is innumerable.

Today, Hindu Indian forget that the invaders in India had driven out many Brahmin, who were welcomed and allowed to settle in Manipur.

The Indian leaders failed to give attention that the Ras Lila, Nat-Sanskritan, Vishnu temple in Lamadong, the Meetei Hindu's temple of Nabadwip and Brindavan were already there before Christianity reached Manipur.

Anglicised Jawaharlal Nehru disparaged the Meeteis as being obsessed with dance and music, ignorant of administrative knowledge.

He even felt that Meeteis would not complain when the boundary are depleted.

India has been despising the Meeteis far too long knowing the fact that during the recent student protest Central forces heavily used tear gas, stun bomb and splinter bullet to cause bloodshed, as if they are playing with red powder and crackers in their festival and marriage ceremony.

This is the reason why the insurgents do not trust India, Longjam Paliba M said.

According to Longjam Paliba M, blaming each other is Indian political conventional wisdom, but Meeteis are more inclined to play the blame-game.

It is high time that the Meetei political idiots to wake up from addictive Indian political system, to stand firmly with people by stopping the habituated journey of 'political pilgrimage to Delhi'.

He further said that both the insurgents and public should also not follow the strategy of weakening and fragmentation of Manipur.

While stating that some intellectuals appeal emotionally to start peace-talk process to build a strong Manipur politically, the PREPAK-Pro chairman said their expression is nothing wrong as it apparently comes out of fizzle and non-achievement of the hitherto 50 years of armed struggle.

However, insurgents are 'outlaw' and small in numbers comparatively and hence the question arises as to how far the Indian government has taken the acceptance of the justified democratic demands of the majority people on the existing crisis.

And so, let us wait for panacea and exemplary answer, Longjam Paliba M said and concluded his message.

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