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Kangpokpi, a safe haven for Immigrants and its unsolicited rampant growth

“Kangpokpi, a safe haven for Immigrants and its unsolicited rampant growth”, Ukhrul Times, March 13, 2024:

“It was William McCulloch, the British Political Agent in Manipur who resettled the Kukis in 1840s in the ancestral lands of the Nagas to create his infamous ‘buffer zone’ as a policy to contain any resistance by pitching the Kukis’ mercenaries against the Nagas, the Burmese and the Lushais.

According to Sir James Johnstone ‘My Experience in Manipur and the Naga Hills’ the Kukis are a wandering race consisting of several tribes who have been working up from the south. The term SADAR Hills was coined by J.C. Higgins in the 1930s as an acronym for Selected Area Development Administrative Region (SADAR) for the purpose of accommodating ex-servicemen.

SADAR hills came into existence on 22nd May, 1947 and later upgraded to a Sub-Division on 25th May, 1951. Decades later in the 1970s the Kukis began to demand for a district of their own known as Sadar Hill District……”

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