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Manipur CM hails Central leaders for ILP implementation

By Correspondent

IMPHAL, Dec 11 - Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh today appreciated the Central leaders for acting quickly and positively in the larger interest of the people of the State by extending the inner line permit (ILP) system to Manipur.

The Chief Minister made a formal announcement of publication of the extension of the ILP system in the Gazette of India during a press conference held at his office secretariat here today.

Biren Singh said, �The extension of the ILP system to Manipur is being published in the Gazette (of India) after the verbal assurance (by Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the Parliament on Monday).� With such publication in the Gazette of India, it is now official that ILP system is being enforced in Manipur with immediate effect, he added.

Stating that it is a positive step for the people of Manipur, the Chief Minister said that the implementation of such a law would protect the indigenous people of the State.

Acknowledging the tireless efforts made by the people, civil society organisations, Meira Paibis (women�s bodies), political parties, etc., for implementation of the ILP system in the State, Biren Singh stated that necessary steps would be taken immediately to check the influx of illegal immigrants in the border areas of the State.

Meanwhile, Yuimi Horam, president of the Information Centre for Hill Areas, Manipur (ICHAM), told reporters that the Centre�s move was a welcome step as it would protect the interests of the people of the State. DS Panmei, vice president of ICHAM, also echoed him.

Jitendra Ningomba, president of the Committee of Civil Societies of Kangleipak, has also welcomed the move to implement the ILP system in Manipur. However, he stressed the need to make local adjustments to protect the people and their land.

The ILP system is currently in force in three NE States � Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland.

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Manipur CM hails Central leaders for ILP implementation

IMPHAL, Dec 11 - Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh today appreciated the Central leaders for acting quickly and positively in the larger interest of the people of the State by extending the inner line permit (ILP) system to Manipur.

The Chief Minister made a formal announcement of publication of the extension of the ILP system in the Gazette of India during a press conference held at his office secretariat here today.

Biren Singh said, �The extension of the ILP system to Manipur is being published in the Gazette (of India) after the verbal assurance (by Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the Parliament on Monday).� With such publication in the Gazette of India, it is now official that ILP system is being enforced in Manipur with immediate effect, he added.

Stating that it is a positive step for the people of Manipur, the Chief Minister said that the implementation of such a law would protect the indigenous people of the State.

Acknowledging the tireless efforts made by the people, civil society organisations, Meira Paibis (women�s bodies), political parties, etc., for implementation of the ILP system in the State, Biren Singh stated that necessary steps would be taken immediately to check the influx of illegal immigrants in the border areas of the State.

Meanwhile, Yuimi Horam, president of the Information Centre for Hill Areas, Manipur (ICHAM), told reporters that the Centre�s move was a welcome step as it would protect the interests of the people of the State. DS Panmei, vice president of ICHAM, also echoed him.

Jitendra Ningomba, president of the Committee of Civil Societies of Kangleipak, has also welcomed the move to implement the ILP system in Manipur. However, he stressed the need to make local adjustments to protect the people and their land.

The ILP system is currently in force in three NE States � Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland.