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  • Political issues within “internal matter” of State BJP will be resolved: Manipur CM

    Published on July 7, 2019

    By  Bhupen Goswami


    Guwahati : Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh today said that the current political situation within the ruling front in the State is an “internal matter”, and that “it will have solutions.”The Chief Minister was speaking at a membership drive of the BJP held on the occasion of the 118th birth anniversary of Dr Syama Prasad Mukherjee here. It is usual to have issues within a family, Biren Singh said, adding that there will be solutions. Echoing him, Information and Public Relations Minister Th Biswajit said that the issues within the family would not last long. Better understanding will prevail, he added. Rajya Sabha member Kh Bhabananda, who is also the president of the Manipur BJP unit, Lok Sabha member Ramyichar Netam, who is the national president of the ST Morcha of the BJP, Education Minister Th Radheshyam, Forest Minister Th Shyamkumar and State membership in-charge L Deven also attended the day’s programme. According to news reports, 14 BJP MLAs have been camping in the national capital since the past few weeks, seeking a change of leadership in the State. The BJP-led coalition government’s spokesperson and Education Minister Radheshyam had said on June 16 that the ministers and MLAs had gone to New Delhi to attend official meetings with Union ministers after the installation of a new government at the Centre. The BJP is a disciplined party and all issues will be sorted out soon, he added. Meanwhile, the Zeliangrong Students’ Union Manipur has urged both the Central and State leaders to establish a stable Government in Manipur. Prolonged lobbying in the national capital by leaving aside the problems of the State is not desirable, said the secretary of the students’ body, Katoreyang Pamei, in a press release on today. “We are of the view that everything could be sorted out by sitting across the table,” he added.