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Manipur: Kuki organisation ‘Young Kuki’ announces to boycott Lok Sabha elections 2024

The Kuki Community in Manipur decides to boycott the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections in 2024 due to unaddressed grievances and injustices. 

The Young Kuki, representing Kuki youths and volunteers in the Outer Manipur Lok Sabha Constituency declared its decision to abstain from participating in the upcoming 18th Lok Sabha Elections in 2024. 

At the same time, the ‘Kuki Mothers’, another segment of the  body, have also announced their intention to boycott the elections.

This resolution comes in the wake of discussions held by the Indigenous Tribal Leaders Forum (ITLF) Presidential Council, which, after consultations with its members, unanimously agreed that no member from the Kuki-Zo community should stand for nomination in the upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2024.

Describing the reason behind their decision to boycott the Lok Sabha elections, members of the organisation highlighted many issues. They alleged that the govt authorities neglected the cases of oppression and violence. Also, the demand of special attention for the displaced Kuki people due to the violence. 

However, the organisation has not used a word against the Kuki terrorists who are active in the certain hill areas. The Kuki terrorists allegedly unleashed violence against the Meitei community. Also, the organisation have not demanded any ceasefire or peace effort from any side. 

While refraining from contesting for the Outer Manipur Member of Parliament seat, the council encourages community members to exercise their democratic right to vote in the elections. 

Political experts think that this step from the organisation to boycott the elections will further escalate the issue and will create unrest in the minds of the youths. 

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