COCOMI’s reaction comes a day after Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh reiterated the commitment given by Union Home Minister Amit Shah that Manipur’s integrity will not be harmed by the final settlement of the Naga political issue.
N Biren Singh and his cabinet ministers had gone to New Delhi last Friday to meet central leaders in the wake of unabated protests in the state against the disintegration of Manipur by the Indo-Naga settlement.
Air KBZ Myanmar had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Imphal-based KB Enterprises on July 3. The flight is scheduled to commence on the eve of the seven day-long Manipur Sangai Festival, the biggest tourism festival of the state.
Manipur Governor Dr Najma Heptulla said, "We, the people of Manipur, as responsible citizens, should ensure that we settle our differences through talks and negotiations, and not resort to violence, including bandhs and blockades."