Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh on monday said that all sections of the society should remain united to

find a solution to the current situation in the state. Addressing a function here, he said some forces were trying

to disintegrate the state but the people should remain united.

Singh said, Let political differences remain political but when the issue is of national or state unity, all

differences should be rejected. This is not the time to fight among ourselves. The chief minister said that his

government welcomes all constructive criticism, advice and suggestions. He said that his government cannot

allow any threat to the unity of the state or disintegration of about 34 communities living here. The state

government and the Center are being accused of failing to deal with the caste violence that has been ravaging the

state since May.

Kuki-Jo group demanding separate administration

He said that the Kuki-Jo groups of Manipur are demanding a separate administration for the tribal areas.

180 dead so far in violence in Manipur

More than 180 people have been killed since violence broke out after a Tribal Solidarity march was organized

in the hill districts in May to protest against the Meitai community's demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status.

Kuki organizations will take out nationwide rallies on 29 November

Meanwhile, several major organizations of Manipur's largest naga community Tangkhul naga said on Monday

(November 27) that they will not allow any rally or agitation in their areas regarding the current conflicts. This

step has been taken in view of the call of Kuki organizations for nationwide rallies on november 29 demanding a

separate administration in Manipur. Ukhrul rally is also included in these.

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