Ukhrul: The Tangkhul Katamnao Saklong (TKS) on Wednesday revoked the standing order of social boycott on chief minister N Biren Singh.
The apex Tangkhul student body in the press communiqué while congratulating N Biren for his successive tenure said that it “hopes the incumbent government would adopt inclusive development policy in all respect with special focus on the long-neglected hill areas”.
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The Saklong in Sepember 5, 2021 had socially boycotted Manipur chief minister N Biren and the then speaker of Manipur Legislative Assembly for what it said was a “series of anti-tribal policies of Biren-led BJP government”. TKS on the same day enforced a non-cooperation movement against the State government.
It may be mentioned that despite the standing “social boycott” chief minister Biren on December 20, 2021 visited Teinem village, an interior village located around 80 km from the State capital under Lungchong Maiphei Block in Ukhrul District to grace the State Government’s Community Outreach Programme organised by District Administration, Ukhrul at LM Block Office Complex.