Assembly session today after four months in Manipur burning in the fire of violence, 10 MLAs will not participate


New Delhi (Best Hindu News): Assembly session has been organized today in Manipur, which has been burning in the fire of violence for four months. This will be the first session of the state after the outbreak of caste violence. Earlier, the last assembly in Manipur convened for the budget session in February-March this year. Later, due to the violence on May 3, the monsoon session was postponed. In this assembly session, there can be a discussion on the ongoing violence in the state since last month.

In this regard, Manipur Assembly Speaker Thokchom Satyabrata Singh said that the current situation in the state would be discussed in the one-day session. according to sources
The session is also likely to adopt some resolutions on the current caste crisis. However, the tribal bodies have resolved that any resolution adopted by the assembly in the Kuki areas will not be binding. At the same time, the Congress also alleges that this one-day session is not in the interest of the people.

As per Article 174 of the Constitution, the assembly session should be called within six months from its last meeting. Explain that the Kuki-Jomi tribal bodies rejected the one-day assembly session. 10 MLAs from this community will not participate in the session. The legislators say it would be unsafe for them to travel to the Meitei-dominated Imphal Valley, where the assembly is located.

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