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Sadar Hills Gorkhas condemn deployment of Cdos in Sadar Hills

KANGPOKPI MANIPUR May 13: Various Gorkha civil bodies of Sadar Hills today vehemently decried the alleged silly utterances of JAC Shantipur and strongly condemned the deployment of Cdo in Sadar Hills administrative jurisdiction.

Motbung-Charhajare Gorkha Youth Union in its joint meeting today Motbung collectively censured the ignorance utterance of JAC Shantipur over the claiming of Inspection Bungalow at Gamgiphai as part of Imphal West while terming the JAC Shantipur as ‘misleading’ the public.

The Motbung-Charhajare Gorkha Youth Union also maintained that Inspection Bungalow at Gamgiphai where Cdo outpost was installed without the consent of the Sadar Hills people belongs to Sadar Hills and its is rightfully under the administrative jurisdiction of Sadar Hills which is a universal truth.

While strongly opposing the JAC Shantipur alleged silly utterance, the union also said that such statement has seriously disturbed the peaceful coexistence of various communities dwelling in Sadar Hills.

The union further expressed it’s strongly opposition of deploying and stationing Commandos at Gamgiphai and urges the state Government to remove in the interest of all communities in Sadar Hills.
Sadar Hills Gorkhas condemn deployment of Cdos in Sadar Hills
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Meanwhile, Sadar Hills Gorkha Union also registered strong opposition over the stationing and deployment of Commandos at Gamgiphai while condemning the alleged immature utterances of the JAC Shantipur which hurts mutual correlation of various communities in Sadar Hills.

Hari Nepal, President, Sadar Hills Gorkha Union lamented that anything that could disturbs the peaceful coexistence of Sadar Hills will be opposed and condemned by the Gorkha community living in Sadar Hills.

He further said that stationing and deployment of Commandos at Gamgiphai fabricates extreme insecurity of Sadar Hills people which consequently disturbed the prevailing peaceful atmosphere in the areas.

It will be a worthy decision if the state Government withdraws the Cdo personnel and its Gamgiphai outpost at the earliest possibility, Nepal added.

The union president also said that the Gorkhas in Sadar Hills will endorse any move of the people of Sadar Hills in withdrawing the commandos from Sadar Hills.



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Gorkha community in Manipur celebrates the Nav Barsha (New Year)

Kangpokpi, April 01 2016 : The state level Nav Barsha 2073 (the Hindu New Year) was celebrated in styled at Shantipur, Kanglatongbi on Wednesday, April 13 .

Sekmai AC MLA Kh Debendro Singh graced the event jointly organized by Nepali Sanskriti Suraksha Parishad (NSSP) and Shree Shree Durga Mandir Shantipur, Kanglatongbi at Shantipur Kanglatongbi Mandir premises as the chief guest.

Bhumi Prasad Basnet, Executive Member, ADC Sadar Hills; Shiva Kumar Basnet, Pradhan, Kanglatongbi Gram Panchayat; Bishnu Bhandari, Unit President, NSSP, Arunachal Pradesh; Narayan Sharma, Patron Member, NSSP CC New Delhi; Khema Mishra, HoD, Dept of Nepali, Darang College, Assam Atwal, SO, PWD, Govt. of Manipur attended as guest of honour while Mani Kr Limbu, president, NSSP Manipur attended as functional president.

According to Vikram Samvat a traditional calendar system which follows Luni-Solar system- 2016 Nav Barsha is Vikram Samvar 2073 year while the State level event organized at Shantipur, Kanglatongbi also marked the first day of Baisakh.
Around 4000 people from across the State and delegates from Kathmandu, Sikkim, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh attended the New Year celebration at Shantipur, Kanglatongbi.

Gorkha civil bodies including Gorkha Welfare Union Manipur; All Manipur Gorkha Students' Union; Sadar Hills Gorkha Union; Manipureli Kirat Sangh; Nepali Sahitya Parishad Manipur; Bishwa-Karma Youth Association; Kanglatongbi Gorkha Youth Association; Bharatya Gorkha Parishang Manipur Unit and various clubs and women societies from different parts of the State also attended the revelry.

The Gorkha community in the State celebrates the Nav Barsha by dutifully performing the customs and traditions.

MLA Kh Debendro witnessed the Gorkha antique items put on display during the introductory function of the New Year celebration and hoisted the Nav Barsha flag after planting a tree as a mark of the beginning of New Year.

A minute condolence was also observed to pay tribute to the departed Gorkha leaders while aged persons from the community were also presented gifts to mark the occasion apart from presentation to the dignitaries.

Speaking at the occasion, the local MLA said that culture is an important right which every community need to preserve while adding that without culture development of a society is not possible.

The MLA appreciated the Gorkha community for maintaining and preserving their culture and tradition while keeping in mind the value and significance of it.

Urging the Gorkha community to maintain their culture and tradition without modification, the MLA stated that many culture and tradition has been declining due to modification.

While lauding the Pradhan of Kanglatongbi Gram Panchayat for his tireless effort in developing the Gram Panchayat of Kanglatongbi, the MLA said that during the Digital India Week celebration last year Kanglatongbi Gram Panchayat bagged the third position.

The MLA also assured that he will always keep open a big door for the Gorkha community of the State in time of their need and development.

While motivating the Gorkha community to tirelessly work for the development of Manipur, Shiva Kumar Basnet, Pradhan, Kanglatongbi Gram Panchayat said that all are born here and brought up on the soil of Manipur and all will die here too.

"So, it is our duty to wholeheartedly work for the development of the State," he added.

According to the organizing committee, literary meet was also organized during the two days event with resource persons from various States including Matrika Pokhrel, Bibas Pokhrel, LB Chhetry and Krishna Parsain from Kathmandu in attendance.


Source: The Sangai Express

Pampha Rai Murder accused banished from locality, JAC announces bandh on NH 39

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IMPHAL/KPI, Apr 4: The Joint Action Committee (JAC) against the brutal killing of Pampha Rai, 2nd MR, Imphal West has announced a bandh on NH-39 from 6 pm of April 5 till 6 pm of April 6 demanding punishment of the murder accused.

In a statement, the JAC said demanded the Govt to try the case in a fast track manner. It also demanded the Govt to take fitting action against the parents of the accused who misled the victim’s family.

The JAC sought the cooperation of all concerned in its fight for justice.

Meanwhile the murder of the woman continues to attract condemnations from all over.
Murder accused banished : A public meeting held today at Langjing Achouba has decided to banish Pampha Rai murder accused Palujam Jameson and his family from the locality.

The public meeting was jointly organised by the Langjing Achouba Development Committee, Langjing Achouba Women Welfare Association and the Western Star Club.
Pampha Rai Murder accused banished from locality, JAC announces bandh on NH 39
Pampha Rai Murder accused banished from locality, JAC announces bandh on NH 39
Similar punitive action would be initiated against people who are found giving shelter to Jameson and his family, reads another resolution of the meeting.

The meeting further resolved to support any course of action that may be taken up by the JAC constituted in connection with the murder of Pampha Rai.

Notably, Pampha Rai was found dead inside a room of Venus Hotel, Lamaka, Churachandpur in the morning of April 2.

Later, a mob attempted to dismantle the house of Jameson but police prevented them from vandalising the house.

On the other hand, the Executive Member of ADC Sadar Hills, Bhumi Prasad and newly formed Sadar Hills Gorkha today lodged their strong resentment over the murder of Pampha Rai and condemned the incident in the strongest term.

The ADC Sadar Hills Executive Member, who belongs to Gorkha community and represents the Gorkha people from Irang Part-II in Sadar Hills administration, condemned the murder of Pampha Rai in a hotel at Churachandpur on April 2.

The Executive Member also extended condolence to the bereaved family members and relatives in their time of sorrow and pain.

He also appealed the authority concerned to deliver justice to the victim and her family.

Meanwhile, Sadar Hills Gorkha Union also separately condemned the murder of Pampha Rai.
Hari Prasad Nepal, president, Sadar Hills Gorkha Union said that the heinous crime is unacceptable while conveying the union’s heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family.

The Sadar Hills Gorkha Union leader also urged the authority concerned to frame charge sheets against the culprit at the earliest and deliver justice to the victim and her family.

The union also warned that it will not remain a mute spectator if the demands of JAC formed against the murder of Pampha Rai are not delivered in time and added that it will endorse and support any movement of the JAC in connection with the incident.


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