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IMPHAL, July 22 - A meeting of all political parties with Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh in the chair was held on Sunday to adopt a consensus on issues relating to Indo-Myanmar border, Manipur University and Framework Agreement between Centre and NSCN (IM).

According to a press note issued by the government spokesperson and Education Minister Th Radheshyam, the meeting resolved that �a committee of all political parties be constituted comprising one representative each on the issue of BP No.81� and �the members will visit the BP along with a Central team and other stakeholders for verification on July 24-25.�

The meeting was attended by representatives of 21 regional and national political parties excluding opposition Congress. The meeting further resolved that �a pro-VC be appointed in accordance with the provisions of the Manipur University Act and that the fact finding committee be urged to initiate and conclude its proceedings within stipulated time.�

The meeting also resolved to convene a special Assembly session if required in order to discuss the possibilities of the ongoing peace talks between Centre and NSCN (IM). The meeting also discussed and deliberated on the latest developments of the Framework Agreement which was signed on August 3, 2015.

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All political parties meet discusses Manipur issues

IMPHAL, July 22 - A meeting of all political parties with Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh in the chair was held on Sunday to adopt a consensus on issues relating to Indo-Myanmar border, Manipur University and Framework Agreement between Centre and NSCN (IM).

According to a press note issued by the government spokesperson and Education Minister Th Radheshyam, the meeting resolved that �a committee of all political parties be constituted comprising one representative each on the issue of BP No.81� and �the members will visit the BP along with a Central team and other stakeholders for verification on July 24-25.�

The meeting was attended by representatives of 21 regional and national political parties excluding opposition Congress. The meeting further resolved that �a pro-VC be appointed in accordance with the provisions of the Manipur University Act and that the fact finding committee be urged to initiate and conclude its proceedings within stipulated time.�

The meeting also resolved to convene a special Assembly session if required in order to discuss the possibilities of the ongoing peace talks between Centre and NSCN (IM). The meeting also discussed and deliberated on the latest developments of the Framework Agreement which was signed on August 3, 2015.