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Call to resolve Kuki issue

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IMPHAL, Feb 23 - The Kuki Inpi Manipur (KIM) today reiterated the demand that the Government of India should first settle the �Kuki problem� before it arrives at any final solution to the ongoing Indo-Naga peace process.

�Prime Minister Narendra Modi should take a clear-cut stand on the Kuki problem during his scheduled Imphal visit on February 25,� KIM president Thangkhosei Haokip told reporters here.

Modi is set to address a public rally at the Langjing Achouba ground in Imphal while campaigning for BJP candidates for the two-phase Manipur Assembly polls, slated on March 4 and 8.

�Nagas have killed Kukis and torched hundreds of their houses. Thousands have been displaced during the ethnic conflict that took place from 1992 to 1995 in Manipur,� the KIM president alleged.

Bringing all culprits to justice in the Naga-Kuki clashes has been a long-standing demand of all Kuki civil society organisations. Haokip expressed dismay over the �delay in delivering justice.�

�The plight of the Kukis has remained neglected for years,� the KIM president said, asking the Centre whether it would like to let Manipur boil over the issue of the �framework agreement.�

Kuki Students� Organisation (KSO) president Paotinthang Lupheng, who was also present in the press conference, alleged that the �Kuki genocide� was committed by the NSCN (IM).

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Call to resolve Kuki issue

IMPHAL, Feb 23 - The Kuki Inpi Manipur (KIM) today reiterated the demand that the Government of India should first settle the �Kuki problem� before it arrives at any final solution to the ongoing Indo-Naga peace process.

�Prime Minister Narendra Modi should take a clear-cut stand on the Kuki problem during his scheduled Imphal visit on February 25,� KIM president Thangkhosei Haokip told reporters here.

Modi is set to address a public rally at the Langjing Achouba ground in Imphal while campaigning for BJP candidates for the two-phase Manipur Assembly polls, slated on March 4 and 8.

�Nagas have killed Kukis and torched hundreds of their houses. Thousands have been displaced during the ethnic conflict that took place from 1992 to 1995 in Manipur,� the KIM president alleged.

Bringing all culprits to justice in the Naga-Kuki clashes has been a long-standing demand of all Kuki civil society organisations. Haokip expressed dismay over the �delay in delivering justice.�

�The plight of the Kukis has remained neglected for years,� the KIM president said, asking the Centre whether it would like to let Manipur boil over the issue of the �framework agreement.�

Kuki Students� Organisation (KSO) president Paotinthang Lupheng, who was also present in the press conference, alleged that the �Kuki genocide� was committed by the NSCN (IM).