The National Federation for New States (NFNS) has expressed deep anguish and concern regarding the ongoing violence in Manipur. The organization has called for an immediate end to the mindless acts of violence which have caused immense suffering to vulnerable sections of society, including the elderly, women, and children. Additionally, the NFNS strongly condemns the destruction of homes, properties, and places of worship.
While acknowledging its longstanding relationship with the Kuki State Demand Committee (KSDC), the NFNS appeals to all people groups involved to abandon violence and instead seek peaceful and democratic means to find a lasting solution. The organization believes that dialogue and nonviolent methods are crucial for restoring peace and stability in Manipur.
The NFNS has urged the State Government to act impartially and take immediate measures to safeguard the lives and property of the Kuki people. It is vital that the government intervenes effectively to curb the violence that has been perpetrated against them.
The President of the NFNS, Dr. Munish Tamang, and General Secretary S. Sanyal, have called for an end to the violence and restoration of peace in Manipur. They emphasize the importance of peaceful resolutions and urge all parties involved to work together towards finding a lasting and harmonious solution.