Rebel leader shares thoughts on PLA's 43rd raising day-II
Source: The Sangai Express

Imphal, September 25 2021: Indian leaders, on whom the Manipur Government reposes full faith for financial assistance, are always busy in playing malicious politics and they are always pre-occupied with winning elections and forming Governments.

They don't have time for focusing their attention and resources on building transport and other infrastructure, RPF president Chaoren continued in his statement.

Same as the announcement made last year by Prime Minister Modi, the history of announcement of funds for development of infrastructure repeated itself this year too.

On 15th August 2021, the PM announced a total amount of US $ 1.35 Trillion for development works but no Indians believe in such announcement, reads the statement.

Whereas the opposition parties instigate public outcry and civil unrest by citing such unrealistic announcements and empty promises just to overthrow the Government, the ruling parties violate democratic principles and misuse democratic institutions to serve their interest and retain power.

The BJP Government which secured only 31 per cent votes in 2014 and 37.36 per cent votes in the last election of 2019, went ahead with Demonetization, Citizenship (Amendment) Act, Farm laws, National Monetization Pipeline (NMP) and scrapped Article 370 on the ground that they (BJP) enjoy majority in the Parliament.

However, there are still widespread protests in different parts of India as all these drastic steps of BJP Government lacked consensus, it said.

When China implemented 2485 reform plans in the last 40 years under the 'Opening Up' programme of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC), the voice of the people was taken into consideration and there was general consensus on all the reform programmes.

As a result, China which was once a poverty-stricken country was successfully transformed into a 'moderately prosperous society'.

Unlike China which executes all policies and plans with single-mindedness, it would be impossible in India to formulate and execute any plan with consensus as there are 2698 political parties (recognised by the Election Commission of India) and every party has their own separate agenda and grabbing political power is the foremost priority of each and every one of them, it said.

As there is constant rivalry among political parties under the Indian political system, consensus will always remain elusive.

In the name of selecting a suitable candidate, people who want to earn money through the corrupt Indian political system, try to drag honest people who work endlessly for the prosperity of the people, such as Civil Society Organizations (CSO) into the dirty and obnoxious path of electoral politics.

The organizations must be aware of the system so that they do not fall prey to these dirty traps, the outfit cautioned.

"The global pandemic COVID-19 would be among us with a new variant as stated by experts.

So far, there is not a single country which has successfully shielded itself from the corona virus", it observed.

Due to these unprecedented situations, all the activities such as trade, education, travel, tourism and many other developmental activities have been put on halt.

All the safety measures taken by the Government has not prevented the virus or the disease from spreading.

The US and Europe which are fighting this virus with better infrastructure, superior medical equipment and monetary resources are still facing a very heavy brunt of the pandemic.

"In Manipur too, the pandemic has been wreaking havoc and all of us are suffering the misery together.

We should not make any silly mistake committed by the peoples who have failed to follow the basic rules and protocols in the name of liberty, and the disease has therefore been allowed to run rampant in their society.

To contain this disease we must follow the SOP of COVID -19 and get vaccinated to stop further spreading of this dangerous virus", the outfit said.

Amidst this hard time, some people and political parties have been spreading rumours about the pandemic as a tool of their election campaign thereby confusing the masses.

Such nefarious activities must be stopped immediately, it said.

Even as US President Joe Biden criticized former president Donald Trump for his lack of planning while facing COVID-19 which resulted in the death of over 4 lakh people, COVID-19 death in the US has crossed two lakh since Joe Biden took over the White House.

Pandemic or epidemic is something for which we cannot blame each other and its outcome, whether bad or good, must be shared by everyone.

The best way to fight a pandemic is working collectively with a single-mind.

The situation is such that the general public cannot simply sit back and watch what the Government machinery, COVID warriors and frontline workers have been doing.

"Everyone must now join the fight.

The Government also must make necessary arrangements so that every person contributes in the battle against the deadly contagion.

For a small society like ours, the only way to contain the spread of this virus is to help each other and right the wrong done by each other.

By using this weapon, we must and we will win against this virus and continue our pre-pandemic peaceful life", the statement concludes.

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