Key Kuki-Zo Group Ask Centre To Remove State Forces From Hills, Re-Impose AFSPA

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  • Published On: January 04, 2024
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The powerful Kuki-Zo groups in violence-hit Manipur has urged the Centre to remove state police forces from hills and reimpose the stringent Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, or AFSPA, in valley areas. In areas where the Kuki tribes are a majority, the Committee on Tribal Unity (CoTU) and the Indigenous Tribal Leaders' Forum (ITLF) had called for a 24-hour shutdown till Wednesday midnight and have now urged Home Minister Amit Shah to remove state forces from the border town Moreh and impose controversial AFSPA in the valley region.

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