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Manipur Assembly session extended

By Correspondent

IMPHAL, March 4 � The sitting of the ongoing Manipur Assembly session has been extended till March 16 in order to table a Bill on ILPS (Inner Line Permit System) which will safeguard the indigenous people of Manipur besides controlling the inflow of illegal migrants into the State.

Manipur Chief Minister Ibobi Singh informed the house on Tuesday that the State Government has prepared a bill called Manipur regulation of visitors and tenants (MRVT) Bill, 2015 to be introduced when the house reassembles on March 13 after the Yaoshang festival holidays from March 5 to March 9. The bill is likely to be passed in the house on March 16.

The session was extended to placate the Joint Committee on ILPS which had been spearheading public agitations since last year demanding introduction of ILP in the State and had warned to boycott the ongoing assembly session, Chief Minister and Cabinet Ministers if the government failed to introduce and pass the bill during the currest session of the Assembly.

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Manipur Assembly session extended

IMPHAL, March 4 � The sitting of the ongoing Manipur Assembly session has been extended till March 16 in order to table a Bill on ILPS (Inner Line Permit System) which will safeguard the indigenous people of Manipur besides controlling the inflow of illegal migrants into the State.

Manipur Chief Minister Ibobi Singh informed the house on Tuesday that the State Government has prepared a bill called Manipur regulation of visitors and tenants (MRVT) Bill, 2015 to be introduced when the house reassembles on March 13 after the Yaoshang festival holidays from March 5 to March 9. The bill is likely to be passed in the house on March 16.

The session was extended to placate the Joint Committee on ILPS which had been spearheading public agitations since last year demanding introduction of ILP in the State and had warned to boycott the ongoing assembly session, Chief Minister and Cabinet Ministers if the government failed to introduce and pass the bill during the currest session of the Assembly.