Manipur: Emergency Meeting in Kanggui Condemns Unprovoked Attack, Declares Shutdown in Kangpokpi District
Northeast Desk, 20th November: The Committee on Tribal Unity, in an emergency meeting at Kanggui, strongly condemns the unprovoked attack on Haraothel and Kobsha village, Kangpokpi district, perpetrated by Meitei insurgents. The brutal assault claimed the lives of two innocent Kuki-Zo villagers, Henminlen Vaiphei and Thangminlun Hangshing.
In response to the tragedy, the Committee unanimously declared an emergency shutdown in Kangpokpi district, signaling dissatisfaction with the current governance and emphasizing the need for increased safety measures. The meeting urges the Union Government to heed their concerns, emphasizing the urgency for separation from Manipur.
During the shutdown, essential services such as press, emergencies, and CoTU units will be exempted, ensuring critical operations continue. The Committee underscores that the Union Home Ministry must acknowledge the continuous attacks and consider political separation as a viable and necessary option for the safety and well-being of the Kuki-Zo community.