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India possesses tools, resources to halt crisis: RPF
Source: Chronicle News Service

Imphal, February 24 2024: The proscribed Revolutionary People s Front (RPF) will be celebrating 'Independence Demand Day' on February 25 to mark its 45th Raising Day.

On the occasion, RPF acting president MM Ngouba has extended revolutionary salute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the fight for liberation of Manipur.

The RPF acting president also salutes and honour brave sons and daughters of Manipur who made the ultimate sacrifice in the struggle to protect their motherland and the people.

Sending out his message to the people on the occasion, RPF acting president MM Ngouba said that India government possesses all the tools and resources necessary to halt the present crisis in Manipur.

However, it seems that India government is waiting for a specific community's death toll to rise before taking action rather than preventing escalation of the crisis thereby leading to question as to why they are aligning themselves with one community over another.

Why are Indian forces safeguarding Kuki armed militants as if they must be shielded from harm at any cost while their treatment towards civilians in the valley suggests a preference to reduce the valley's population as if they are waiting it to happen, the RPF acting president said in his message, adding that India government continues to persistently conceal the fundamental motivations behind their act.

The protracted war against the people of Manipur has served as a wake-up call for the people of Manipur, even though they failed to recognize India's true intentions sooner.

Numerous events linked to the concealed agenda and the enemy's attempts to portray it have provided clarity to us while assessing what the hidden agenda entails.

Scientists did not become aware of the existence of Black Holes by directly entering them but rather through the accumulation of evidences and observation of the phenomena associated with Black Holes over time, leading to their recognition.

As an illustration, the observation of stars orbiting around a Black Hole led to the understanding that Black Holes exert gravitational forces in their vicinity, Ngouba said.

Today, people have grasped the true motives behind the Indian government's desires, as the cries and sufferings of innocent civilians, including women and children who have been maimed for live or lost their loved ones, remain without a solution.

At first glance, it appears that there is either no policy or perhaps an incorrect one.

However, through this extended conflict, it becomes apparent that even if there is a flaw in the policy and there is a call to rectify the injustices, authorities are unable to implement necessary corrections when prompted.

Truly speaking, all these circumstances stem from decisions or positions preconceived by India, allowing them to persist as long as they do not jeopardize India's interests.

The people of Manipur have come to recognize that these are integral components of India's programme and policies aligned with their national interests.

As a nation, it is reasonable to have its own national interests, and there is necessity for it.

To fulfil objectives of national interests, various policies are formulated, employing multiple strategies and tactics.

Given that these are the national interest of a country, all the necessary measures are taken up to advance them.

Often, national interests are not limited to just one, as there may be openly declared interests as well as undisclosed or confidential interests that must not be revealed at any circumstances.

Certain interests cannot be publicly disclosed or leaked, and investigating them would be a monumental task.

If such secrets happen to be classified as state secrets, individuals attempting to inquire or expose them maybe labelled as 'Traitors' and could face prosecution for multiple offences, leading to lengthy imprisonment (this is considered a lenient punishment), capital punishment, or even disappearance without a trace, MM Ngouba said in his message.

While asserting that some of the primary reasons for conflicts between nations arise from the pursuit of their individual national interests, driven by the goal of safeguarding their citizens, preserving socio-cultural values, and ensuring the integrity of their territorial borders against encroachment, the RPF acting president said that the crucial aspect to consider is the basis of these national interests and the ideas they stem from.

Should these ideas become distorted or have an ultra-nationalistic content, a myriad of issues and challenges may arise resulting in escalation of violence both domestically and internationally.

Moreover, such circumstances could potentially trigger a wider war in the future.

Unfortunately, India is grappling with a widespread mindset influenced by the virus of Hindu ultra - nationalism, which has turned each of India's interests into a harmful ailment.

With this mindset, certain foreseeable consequences arise, and understanding these outcomes collectively could aid in assessing both the current and future prospects of the fate of Manipur.

Initially, the manifestations of India's ultra nationalism may appear to foster unity among its citizens and cultivate a sense of solidarity.

However, overtime, the Indian government may adopt increasingly extreme measures.

There will be little distinction between the government and the ruling party, with both entities exerting control over news and media channels.

Consequently, there may be a surge in efforts to suppress activities and voices critical of the government.

Amid such engagements, the democratic institutions within the country may become hollow, while there will be concentration of power in the hands of a select few individuals, such activities may accumulate over time.

They will attempt to impose their dominant cultural narrative forcefully and aim to wipe out individuals of different races and non-Hindu ethnicities that will inevitably lead to internal riots and escalation of violence, MM Ngouba observed in his message.

(To be continued) .


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