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Indigenous people likely to be refugees without ILP: Manisana

Imphal, December 11 2011: The indigenous people of the state are likely to be reduced to the status of refugees in near future if the Inner Line Permit (ILP) is not implemented in the state, warned RK Manisana, retired Chief Justice, Gauhati High Court.

Speaking on the occasion of releasing function a book entitled "Kangleipakta Inner Line Permit System amasung Masigi Ehou" written by Sapamcha Jadumani at the office of FREINDS today, RK Manisana said that considering the increase in the population of outsiders in the state, the need to discuss the ILP has become quite important.

Sapamcha Jadumani said that the population of the indigenous people in the state is decreasing, while the population of outsiders is increasing.

The number of Muslims in the state is also increasing.

So it is very necessary that the ILP is reimplemented in the state at the earliest possible.

He further said that the government should take up the issue of ILP in the cabinet and come up with a positive resolution.

It should also be brought up in the Assembly and passed at the earliest.

K Medhajit, Lecturer, Imphal College, said that the different indigenous communities living in different part of world are doing their utmost to protect and promote their own communities.

This cannot be termed as being conservative, it is their rightful duty.

Every community should have respect for the other communities.

Source: Epao

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