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Study root causes of insurgency: PREPAK-Pro to government-II
Source: Chronicle News Service

Imphal, June 01 2022: There are many mythological narrations of war stories of Hindu deities at the most.

Such mythical war-based religion is uncommon in our indigenous traditions.

The chaos and war had been infused and rooted in the so-called Bharatvarsha or Aryavarta.

Dharmic India is no longer what it was once, instead, it is taking the path of Chanyaka, who advocated the use of deception and suspicion as administrative guidelines for being a mighty king.

In the past, some Hindu preachers came to Kangleipak and they wrongly preached Hinduism without 'Dharma' by abjuring the kings of the divisive ideas which had dismantled the long-lived society.

It was due to such instigative and acrimonious teachings that many Kangleichas developed an anti-Hindu sentiment.

Today, the religious, economic, political, and security policies of the Indian government have turned Kanglei society upside-down.

A challenge to such invasive procedures requires more than one means, L Paliba M said.

While observing that there must be an ultimate goal including objectives and means for establishing the rational foundations in the existing situation, L Paliba M said that PREPAK(Pro-gressive) was formed in order to combat the adverse parameters of the enemy's stratagem and to challenge the constantly changing global materialistic impact on Kanglei revolutionary society.

He also said that PREPAK (Progressive) was formed to move the liberation struggle forward.

Generally, the revolutionary struggle faces ups and downs.

Though every revolutionary party faces some shortcomings, revolutionary groups earn great support of people towards the end of restoring independence, PREPAK-Pro chairman L Paliba M said in his message to the people on the occasion of 12th Progressive Day celebrated on Wednesday.

According to L Paliba M, Kanglei people at many public conventions agreed with our cause and objective, and boldly denounced the 'Illegal Merger of 1949'.Such actions inspired revolutionaries to pursue the struggle even more.

However, it has been regrettable that there has not been a powerful public movement to augment these general resolutions.

Under colonial India, 'Kangleichas' are deliberately supporting defective candidates in order to win, ceding political power with little personal gain in return.

In order to become 'Indian, Kanglei culture, rituals and traditions are being mixed up by manipulating history in order to blend them together.

As a result of development and the Act East policy, railways will transport many Indians to scatter around the valley.

Primary indigenous communities will need to adopt integrated mind-sets in order to face these strategies.

In fact, India's government and its political parties are in decline and disintegrating.

The power of any government can be measured by its political parties.

There were Congress party dominated governments for 54 years; and in the meantime, there were also regional parties-dominated coalition governments.

Now the BJP dominated government has been running under the identity of National Federalism' by allowing some responsibilities to regional leaders.

In other words, this means that governance trends have been moving in the phases of centralization (nationalization), decentralization (denationalization or regionalization) and re-nationalization, he said, adding that insurgency started and roused during the long period of Congress government.

The once dominant Congress party, which was also synonymous with 'India', gradually became the local club; so too, the BJP may become a cultural party.

It seems there will be no one political party to lead the disintegrated India.

So instead of charting our destiny inside India we should strive to make our land self-sufficient, L Paliba M remarked.

Each revolutionary party draws a line between people's movement and party movement, which lead to rigid conditioning within a circle of party to party instead of people-to-people through the party.

As the self-party interest becomes more powerful, it pulls and limits the collective or unified force that has frozen Kanglei unity sometimes, L Paliba M said.

The events of two 'Nupi Laan' which shared a paramount historical chapter in world history were not armed struggle in the revolutionary sense.

But the events had paralyzed the then powerful colonial government.

A deep emotional appeal from mothers at Kangla Gate and the events of the June 18 Uprising have always shaped patriotic courage of Kanglei people.

The declaration of the so called the Merger Agreement as an Annexation 1949' in the national convention of 1993/1996 had influenced many to join insurgency leaving their families behind.

Regarding peace talk, the PREPAK-Pro chairman said that Kanglei people never started war but facing war.

Kangleipak has been proceeding along the 2000 plus years old historical path and hence Kanglei revolutionary groups should not be categorised as 'wayward or recalcitrant groups'.

Instead of repeatedly saying to seek a final solution through peace talk with insurgents, it must say, 'What is the reply of the Government of India to the illegal annexation of Manipur'? So, the Kangleichas and this state's government must have the boldness to grind the Centre for that big reply.

The long continuity of the historical process was deflected in 1891 and 1949; this deflection needs to be realised and corrected courageously by these Delhi-worshipers of supposedly people's representatives who were elected in exchange for voters' benefit.

It may have been possible to stop the existence of the revolutionary party, but the inspirational wave for independence with its evolution over more than 2000 years could not be annihilated.

Both the state government and Central government must deeply study the root-causes of insurgency before offering peace talk, L Paliba M said, while making it clear that PREPAK-Pro is not ready to accept it at this juncture.


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