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AAMSU flays MLA Kartik Sena

Courtesy: The Sentinel

Special Correspondent

SILCHAR, Feb 2: All Assam Manipuri Students’ Union (AAMSU) in a statement as endorsed by its executive committee meeting held under the presidentship of L Surendra Singh has flayed Kartik Sena Sinha, Patharkandi MLA who deserted BJP to join Congress, for his upmanship to claim credit for the declaration of Manipuri Development Committee by the State Government on January 19 as approved by the Cabinet.

The AAMSU criticizes Kartik Sena for playing politics of divide in order to create conflict and confusion in Manipuri community with a design. Behind the fulfillment of long pending demand of the Manipuris of Assam scattered in different districts lies the sustained and concerted move of different organizations like Meira Paibi, AAMSU, Diaspora and Sahitya Parishad. Besides, the Union expresses its gratitude to the three ministers of Barak Valley, Dinesh Prasad Goala, Gautom Roy and Ajit Singh.

The Union advises Kartik Sena not to meddle in the affairs of Manipuri Development Committee. They are competent enough to handle their own affairs and to ensure smooth functioning of the Parishad for the socioeconomic development of the community. The Union at the same time favours the selection of an efficient and qualified as well as dynamic person from the community as chairman of Manipuri Development Committee. A delegation of AAMSU led by its president Surendra Singh which included former president Sontosh Rajkumar, N Nanda Mohan Singh, L Loyatan Singh met the Urban Development and Housing Minister Dinesh Prasad Goala on the matter. It also laid emphasis on giving leadership to the youth of the community for successful implementation of the objectives of the Development Committee.


  1. The AAMSU should not do like this. All Manipuris should have the thought of bright future of the Development Council where every Manipuri people can have something for their overall development. Hon'ble MLA Kartik Sena Sinha is doing well for the community not for harm or divide etc. as thought by the AAMSU with a bad political motive. What Goala has given them in the last decade?


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