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NESO asks PM to break his silence on Manipur

Shillong, June 22: The North East Students’ Organisation (NESO) has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to break his silence on Manipur.

In a statement issued on Thursday, NESO expressed its shock and surprise over Prime Minister maintaining a stoic silence till date on the happenings in Manipur. His total silence will only further alienate the indigenous people of the North East,”  said NESO in a statement issued on Thursday.


The NESO urged the PM to speak up lest the Government of India may have a hidden agenda behind this inaction.

NESO will hold a candlelight vigil in all state capitals of the North East on June 28, to appeal for peace to prevail in the violence-hit Manipur.

The NESO expressed sorrow at the on-going incidents of violence and arson in Manipur resulting in the loss of precious lives and destruction to properties.

Expressing solidarity with the sufferings of people of Manipur, NESO called for peace to prevail and immediate cessation of all sorts of violence and vandalism.

NESO also appealed to all the citizens of Manipur not to believe and spread false news, misinformation or false propaganda which will only worsen the present situation.

The NESO has blamed both the state and the central governments for their utter failure in controlling and stopping violence even after more than 45 days of conflict in spite of the visit of the Union Home Minister and the presence of the additional armed forces numbering more than 40,000 personnel.

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