Advocate Ankur Sharma, the president and founder of Ekam Sanatan Bharat Pary, has taken to social media to express his concern over the current situation in the Indian state of Manipur. In his post, Sharma highlights the failure of law and order in the state, which has resulted in a serious threat to national security due to illegal immigrants.
Sharma also draws attention to the plight of the indigenous Meitei community, which constitutes 54% of the population and has made significant contributions to Manipur and India as a whole. He highlights that demographic changes induced by illegal migrants from Myanmar are posing a serious threat to the Meitei community.
The post also sheds light on the conflict between the Meitei and Kuki communities, with the Kuki community protesting against the inclusion of the Meitei community in the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category.
Sharma highlights that such opposition to the Meitei reservation is not legally or constitutionally justified, as the Indian constitution considers reservation based on religion to be illegal.
Sharma calls for the Indian and Manipuri governments to set up a committee to find a remedial solution to the root causes of this conflict. Ekam Sanatan Bharat Pary stands with the Meitei community and supports their long-standing demand of including them in the ST category.
In conclusion, the post by Advocate Ankur Sharma condemns the violence in Manipur and expresses hope that all affected people will receive timely justice. The situation in Manipur remains a concern for many, and it is crucial that appropriate measures are taken to address the underlying issues and restore peace in the state.