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Manipur delegation ready to meet PM

By Sobhapati Samom

IMPHAL, May 21 - Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh on Saturday said that he is ready to lead an all political party delegation to meet the Central leaders in connection with the three Bills passed by Manipur Assembly on August 31 last year.

�We have sought appointment with Prime Minister and Home Minister�, said the Chief Minister on the sideline of the Anti-Terrorism Day observation here on Saturday.

On May 9, Ibobi chaired an all political parties meeting which resolved to urge the Central authority to give assent to the three pending Bills. The Bills in question are Protection of Manipur Peoples Bill, Manipur Land Revenue & Land Reforms (7th Amendment) Bill and Manipur Shops and Establishment (2nd Amendment) Bill.

Strike ends:Meanwhile, life came to a grinding halt for the second day today due to the 38-hour cease work strike called by the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) demanding implementation of ILP by enacting the said three bills, in the State. The strike concluded at 6 pm.

The roads leading to the State capital wore a desolate look since dawn to dusk as all vehicles were off the roads while the functioning of government and private offices were severely affected. The commercial centres and markets also remained closed during the strike.

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Manipur delegation ready to meet PM

IMPHAL, May 21 - Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh on Saturday said that he is ready to lead an all political party delegation to meet the Central leaders in connection with the three Bills passed by Manipur Assembly on August 31 last year.

�We have sought appointment with Prime Minister and Home Minister�, said the Chief Minister on the sideline of the Anti-Terrorism Day observation here on Saturday.

On May 9, Ibobi chaired an all political parties meeting which resolved to urge the Central authority to give assent to the three pending Bills. The Bills in question are Protection of Manipur Peoples Bill, Manipur Land Revenue & Land Reforms (7th Amendment) Bill and Manipur Shops and Establishment (2nd Amendment) Bill.

Strike ends:Meanwhile, life came to a grinding halt for the second day today due to the 38-hour cease work strike called by the Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) demanding implementation of ILP by enacting the said three bills, in the State. The strike concluded at 6 pm.

The roads leading to the State capital wore a desolate look since dawn to dusk as all vehicles were off the roads while the functioning of government and private offices were severely affected. The commercial centres and markets also remained closed during the strike.

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