UKLF cautions KNO on ADC polls
Source: The Sangai Express

Imphal, June 02 2010: United Kuki Liberation Front (UKLF) has expressed concern over the reported threat and intimidations of KNO and its cohorts in the recently concluded first phase of ADC election.

In a statement signed by its secretary information and publicity JM Zou, UKLF said that the 'ill-consequences of their involvement against the provisions of SoO ground rules resulted in the denial of the Koms to exercise their democratic rights in Sagang area and suppression of the popular voices of the people by force in Tuibuong area as well as in Moreh area.

Alleging that in the last State Assembly election, KNA leaders were paid huge amount of rupees for their 'active service' on election duty though badly defeated and chased out from Saitu, Saikul and other constituencies, UKLF said that the authorities concerned ought to take up appropriate action against the violators of SoS ground rules and the democratic rights of the people immediately.

Since its inception, the statement went on to say, UKLF has been struggling for the cause of Kuki Nation and has been selflessly pursuing the policy of re-unification of the kindred tribes who traced their origin to a mythical cave commonly called Khul or Khur.

Therefore, in all its activities, UKLF has also abide and uphold the oneness and brother of all Khulmis in its policies and programmes.

Today, though we may live in an era of globalisation, yet the cultural and historical bond shaped and shared by our forefathers could not be simply ignored and suppressed by threats and intimidations, the statement added.

Against all odds and the divisive forces hovering around, UKLF will altruistically strive towards re-unification of the Kuki people, the statement said.

Deploring the anti-people activities of KNA/KNO, UKLF has also called upon the people in general and the Kukis in particular to stand up in unison and be more alter and bold enough to weed out, reject and abstain from the clutches of KNO.