On Sunday, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that the state government will bring the Inner Line Permit bill in next session of the state assembly. He also assured that state government will consult with all the stakeholders during the drafting work of this bill.
In 2015, The Manipur Assembly had passed three bills and most tribal groups have termed them as “anti-tribal”. There were massive violent agitations in 2015 against the bills in Churachandpur and Imphal. 11 tribal youth were also killed during these agitations and tribal activists refused to claim the dead bodies. After the formation of BJP led government, these bodies were claimed for performing the last rites.
Chief Minister has assured that rejected bills shall be examined in the light of objections. A committee headed by Works Minister T. Biswajit is already working on it.

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