MANIPUR PREPAK to Observe ‘ninth ‘Indian Colonialism Resist Day’ On April 26
MANIPUR PREPAK to Observe ‘ninth ‘Indian Colonialism Resist Day’ On April 26. The restricted PREPAK has spoken to individuals to notice the day and speak more loudly against “savage outrages” committed on individuals so the equivalent isn’t rehashed in future.
The restricted People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) on Monday said that it was noticing April 26, 2022 as the “Indian Colonialism Resist Day” at its CHQ, GHQ, THQ,Transit Camps, Training Centers and different regions.
An official statement gave by LeibaakNgaakpa Luwang, Charge de’ Affairs, Publicity and Propaganda, PREPAK said, “In memory of a few monstrosities like homicide against ladies and kids, sexual wrongdoings and the brutal Patsoi-Langjing episode, carried out by Indian powers in the shadow of dark regulations , the banished People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK) is noticing April 26, 2022 as the ‘Indian Colonialism Resist Day'”.
PREPAK has mentioned individuals to notice the day against “pilgrim force” and to all in all speak loudly against “brutal barbarities” carried out on individuals so the equivalent isn’t rehashed in future.
Individuals of Kangleipak had been enduring the worst part of all types of outrages utilized as pioneer system by India for such countless years, said PREPAK and added that for the sake of battling against the people who are attempting to recapture lost sway, and “to carry out slaughter under the shadow of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA)- 1958, numerous children of the dirt had been killed by IOF”.
April 26, 1980 Patsoi Langjing occurrence; November 21, 1980, four killed by India armed force staff at Oinam Leikai; March 14, 1984, Heirangoithong episode in which CRPF shot 13 individuals during a volley ball match; July 11, 1987, the Oinam (Senapati) episode in which Assam Rifles torched the town and fired 15 individuals; March 25, 1993 Sagolband Tera Keithel episode in which IOF killed five blameless individuals; July 28, 1994 episode in which 31 Assam Rifles killed four individuals in Makui (Tamenglong); September 25, 1994 in which 13 Sikh Light Infantry killed four individuals in Tamenglong’s Nungkao; January 7, 1995 CRPF shot dead nine individuals including a clinical understudy from Arunachal Pradesh at RMC (presently RIMS); February 19, 1995 episode in which 127 CRPF killed three individuals and harmed nine at Bashikhong crossing; May 9, 1995 episode in which 20 Assam Rifles in Ukhrul killed three individuals; August 12, 1997 in which 7 Assam Rifles killed five individuals at Tabokpikhongda; October 15, 1997 occurrence in which Indian Army at Nungleiban killed nine people; September 23, 2000 in which 10 people killed at Tonsen Lamkhai; November 2, 2000 in which 4 Assam Rifles fired dead 10 people at a buss stand at Malom; and July 12, 2004 episode in which Thangjam Manorama was secured by Assam Rifles and she was assaulted and killed on July 13 and so forth.
“During a similar episode, IOF likewise killed one pregnant lady Bino before her small kids in an awful conduct.The additionally gathered resources, adornments, garments in the wake of going into the houses in the locality.This was not the finish of the Patsoi Langjing episode. Imphal Municipality’s driver hailing from Patsoi Part-2 Lourembam Angou, child of Tamphajao was killed by CRPF faculty at Langjinggi Chingkhong after cross examination.
The harsh and awful Patsoi – Langjing episode won’t be forgotten by individuals for ages”, asserted PREPAK. In reviewing this episode, PREPAK is noticing its ninth “Indian Colonialism Resist Day”. Allow all of us to stand joined together and in one voice yell “Return Indian Army”, expressed the public statement.