IMPHAL, Oct 30 - A delegation of all political parties in Manipur left for New Delhi today to submit a memorandum to the Centre in connection with the ongoing Naga peace talks, sources said.
The delegation comprises 20 representatives of different political parties, and is expected to present the case of Manipur with regard to the ongoing talks before the Central Government, the sources added.
Last week, a State BJP team had gone to New Delhi to fix appointments with Union Government leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
On October 25, the memorandum drafting sub-committee on the Naga peace talks, led by Deputy Chief Minister Y Joykumar Singh, called on Chief Minister N Biren Singh here. The memorandum drafted for submission to the Prime Minister and other Central leaders was later approved of at an all-party meeting.
Meanwhile, public rallies for early solution to the problems of the Kukis were taken out on Wednesday in the Kuki-inhabited areas including Churachandpur and Moreh, under the Kuki Inpi Manipur, the apex body of the Kuki community in the State.
Kuki activists at Churachandpur also submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister through the Deputy Commissioner of the district, sources said.
The ongoing peace talks between the Centre and the NSCN-IM and the latter�s demand for integration of all Naga-inhabited areas has been a cause of concern for the people of Manipur.