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Manipur: Hills district bandh on Monday

The All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur, All Naga Students’ Association Manipur and  Kuki Students’ Organisation calls for 12 hour bandh in all the hills district of Manipur from 6 am to 6 pm  on August 31 to protest against the The Protection of Manipur Peoples Bill, 2015, The Manipur Land Revenue and Land Reforms (Seventh Amendment) Bill, 2015, The Manipur Shop and Establishment (Second Amendment) Bill, 2015which were introduced in the special session of the Manipur Assembly on Friday.

The tribal organisations have already informed the Government about their stands. The tribal people will not remain a silent spectator where the rights of the tribal are threatened upon by this way of systematic infringements. If any untoward incident happens the Government of Manipur and Hills Area Committee shall be held responsible.

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