Imphal, Nov 24 (UNI) The United National Liberation Front (UNLF) today observed its 44th Anniversary.
The UNLF Central Committee extending greetings to people said the Manipur-India conflict should be satisfactorily resolved. In fact plebiscite should be conducted under UN aegis to solve the problem.
The UNLF also announced a National Economic Policy (NEP) under which Agriculture, the basis for economic development will to be transformed into an industry while small and medium enterprises would be developed as the leading factor of the states economy.
Manipur has the highest number of revolutionary organisations and armed gangs in the region. The resultant competition for creating their respective space, particularly using of force in demanding money from the public, direct involvement in contract works, the resultant degeneration in their revolutionary character, and the killing of ordinary people which is resented by the civil society as murder without trial has alienated the people so much that they have now openly revolted against such organisations.
Taking advantage of this fluid situation, the Indian government is pouring in huge amount of unaccounted money to buy out local support. The only way to salvage our liberation struggle from this predicament is to unite all the organisations fighting for regaining Manipur's independence and accelerate the struggle against India on the one hand and to check the negative activities of armed gangs by mobilising public support on the other, it added.
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