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3 MPs apprise Modi of Manipur�s concerns

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IMPHAL, Aug 6 - Three Members of Parliament from Manipur � Dr Thokchom Meinya, Thangso Baite and Md Abdul Salam � have jointly submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Parliament House on Wednesday on the recent framework agreement of the Naga peace accord signed between the Government of India and the NSCN(IM).

The MPs, while welcoming the signing of a framework agreement, expressed the hope that the vexed Naga problem would certainly find a lasting solution for the Nagas without disturbing the territorial boundaries of the neighbouring states, particularly that of Manipur.

The MPs have also sought the details of the agreement, according to a press release issued here today.

The MPs further stated that the public in Manipur are in a state of anxiety over the possible outcome of the Naga peace accord, it said, adding it would be a grave situation in the region in case the outcome turns out to be against the interests of the neighbouring States.

The MPs, in the memorandum, sought to remind the Centre that Manipur got merged into the Union of India on October 15, 1949, with a clearly defined territorial boundary.

�The wish of the people of Manipur is that the Manipur map of 1949 should always be respected, protected and properly maintained by the Union Government and that there shall be no compromise on the territorial integrity of Manipur,� it added. �This is the pride of the state of Manipur.� The MPs urged the Prime Minister to find a lasting solution to all the insurgency problems in the region.

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3 MPs apprise Modi of Manipur�s concerns

IMPHAL, Aug 6 - Three Members of Parliament from Manipur � Dr Thokchom Meinya, Thangso Baite and Md Abdul Salam � have jointly submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Parliament House on Wednesday on the recent framework agreement of the Naga peace accord signed between the Government of India and the NSCN(IM).

The MPs, while welcoming the signing of a framework agreement, expressed the hope that the vexed Naga problem would certainly find a lasting solution for the Nagas without disturbing the territorial boundaries of the neighbouring states, particularly that of Manipur.

The MPs have also sought the details of the agreement, according to a press release issued here today.

The MPs further stated that the public in Manipur are in a state of anxiety over the possible outcome of the Naga peace accord, it said, adding it would be a grave situation in the region in case the outcome turns out to be against the interests of the neighbouring States.

The MPs, in the memorandum, sought to remind the Centre that Manipur got merged into the Union of India on October 15, 1949, with a clearly defined territorial boundary.

�The wish of the people of Manipur is that the Manipur map of 1949 should always be respected, protected and properly maintained by the Union Government and that there shall be no compromise on the territorial integrity of Manipur,� it added. �This is the pride of the state of Manipur.� The MPs urged the Prime Minister to find a lasting solution to all the insurgency problems in the region.