Bengal group files PIL with the Supreme Court against ILPs in Manipur

Amara Bangali, a West Bengal-based group, has appealed to The Supreme court to stop the Inner Line Permit System (ILPS) from being introduced in Manipur.

The Supreme Court has ordered the Manipur government to file an affidavit after accepting the petition. Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh stated that the government has made all necessary preparations to face this organization's case before the Supreme Court. Mizoram, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh have all implemented the ILPS. Outsiders who wish to visit these states must first get a permission that specifies the number of days they are permitted to remain and must depart when the permit expires.

AMSU, MSF, KSA, and SUK, leaders of four student groups, launched a demonstration in Imphal city on January 7 to oppose the Amara Bangali, which was allegedly founded to safeguard the interests of Bengalis in the Northeast. They also set fire to the effigy of the organization's general secretary, Bakul Chandra Roy, and police apprehended some of its leaders.

The petition against the ILPS was "extremely regrettable," says Challamba, chairperson of the students' wing of the Joint Committee of the ILPS. He stated that the group will maintain all means of democratic agitation until the petition was withdrawn, and that the arrested student leaders be immediately released and unreservedly.

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