How militancy is affecting the administration of Manipur and Nagaland state.

 Introduction: The administrations in northeast state are very weak and Indian security threats from North-East insurgent come rapidly. Insurgencies are the stumbling block for every development in all northeast state of India. I want to study more about this areas how they play a role to dysfunction the state development in various state of northeast state, especially focus on Manipur and Nagaland state.

Body:   Most of the citizens of in the Northeast state of India feel that insurgencies are the major problem in the state development and disturb the peace and stability of the functioning of the state administration. I want to find out more insurgencies and in more detail about their operation that affect the administration of the two states.

How those militant linked various political leaders in the northeast:

I want to study how the militant linked to various politician and business men in Manipur and Nagaland in northeast part of Indian state. I heard that in the election those militant groups support to some political parties to win the election but I don’t know how far it is true. There was an unseen hand which was used by the politician in order to win the election, when they are elected then they usually try to protect them from security forces. Most of the insurgencies have linked with minister.

The lists of insurgencies in Manipur are as under:

Why those Insurgent Groups – Manipur
(Data Updated till October 11, 2015)

Kangleipak Communist Party (KCP)
Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup (KYKL)
Manipur People’s Liberation Front (MPLF)
People’s Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak (PREPAK)
People’s Liberation Army (PLA)
United National Liberation Front (UNLF)
Coordination Committee (CorCom) [six valley based groups]
Manipur Naga Revolutionary Front (MNRF)
National Socialist Council of Nagaland — Isak-Muivah (NSCN-IM)
Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN-K)
People’s United Liberation Front (PULF)
Zeliangrong United Front (ZUF)

Chin Kuki Revolutionary Front (CKRF)
Hmar People’s Convention (HPC)
Hmar Revolutionary Front (HRF)
Indigenous People’s Revolutionary Alliance (IRPA)
Iripak Kanba Lup (IKL)
Islamic Revolutionary Front (IRF)
Islamic National Front (INF)
Kangleipak Kanba Kanglup (KKK)
Kangleipak Liberation Organisation (KLO)
Kom Rem People’s Convention (KRPC)
Kuki Defence Force (KDF)
Kuki Independent Army (KIA)
Kuki International Force (KIF)
Kuki Liberation Front (KLF)
Kuki National Volunteers (KNV)
Kuki Revolutionary Front (KRF)
Kuki Security Force (KSF)
Manipur Liberation Tiger Army (MLTA)
North East Minority Front (NEMF)
People’s Republican Army (PRA)
Revolutionary Joint Committee (RJC)
United Islamic Liberation Army (UILA)
United Islamic Revolutionary Army (UIRA)
Zomi Revolutionary Volunteers (ZRV)
Kuki National Organisation (KNO) [11 militant groups]
Kangleipak Communist Party-Lamphel (KCP-Lamphel)
Military Defence Force faction of Kanglei Yowel Kanna Lup (KYKL-MDF)
United Revolutionary Front (URF) [five KCP militant factions]
United People’s Front (UPF) [eight militant groups
United People’s Party of Kangleipak (UPPK).

United Liberation Front Army (ULFA), NDFB,

Kangleipak Liberation Organization (KLO) and GNLA.

The list of insurgencies in Nagaland:

National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN)

NSCN (Isak Swu and Th. Muivah) IM

NSCN (Khaplang) K

NSCN (Khole Konyak) KK

NSCN (Unification) U

NSCN (Reformation) R

Naga National Council (NNC) and Federation Government of Nagaland (FGN)

NNC Accordist

NNC Non-Accordist

United National Liberation Front of Western South East Asia (UNLFWSEA), a newly formed platform of four militant outfits of the North East region, is trying to rope in at least nine more outfits of the region into the platform to launch a united struggle against the Government of India. This group is present in most part of the North-East. Thereby, these number of insurgencies imposed various kind of illegal taxes and disturb the peaceful life of citizens in these region. We need a solution for these issues, and in order to solve this issue government of India should negotiate with NSCN IM in wise way.

How the Insurgencies are are the main challenges in the state administration of Manipur and Nagaland? when I have to study more closed to find out all the necessary and major challenges in these two states; I did some research on this burning topic for North-East region in governance issues and I try to come up with good project. I find that they were the stumbling block of development in various ways, administratively speaking:

Economic perspective: They collect taxes to all the shop, business, contract, service men and other NGOs. In return public become the victim of their action. Lack of employment is one of the causes of increasing insurgencies.

Political perspective: United National Liberation Front of Western South East Asia (UNLFWSEA), a newly formed platform of four militant outfits of the North East region, is trying to rope in at least nine more outfits of the region into the platform to launch a united struggle against the Government of India and demand for North-East Nation. On the other hand, politicians were used insurgency for vote bank politics in the election.
Social perspective: social condition of these two states is turning into mess. However there are many youngsters and NGOs working to improve the social condition of the people.

Education perspective: There are many drops out student in the insurgencies because they were tempted by the life style of insurgencies.

On the other hand government ignores the North-east region for development:

In conclusion, I have to find out how the insurgencies are disturbing in the state administration of Manipur and Nagaland and we need to study how and when they intervened in state administration in details.


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