Manipur diktat to govt staff: Quit social media grps | Guwahati News

Manipur diktat to govt staff: Quit social media grps | Guwahati News

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GUWAHATI: The Manipur authorities has reissued a year-old order to all workers to exit social media teams “furthering separatist, anti-national, communal and divisive agenda”, warning of disciplinary motion if they’re discovered associating with something or anyone making an attempt to foment hassle within the violence-ravaged state.

The renewed directive coincides with the Supreme Court listening to a petition filed by the Zomi Students’ Federation, looking for steps to guarantee “restraint by persons holding official positions from making inciting or provocative remarks directed at any particular community”. The persevering with ban on cell web and different platforms in Manipur has seemingly failed to stem the tide of faux information, hate feedback and provocation on social media.
On May 29 the BJP-led authorities had issued a discover particularly asking “individuals in responsible positions” with a big social media following to cease “generating and sharing information in connection with ongoing law and order situation”.

The unique order directing authorities workers to give up social media teams with provocative content material was issued on August 10 final yr amid an indefinite financial blockade by the All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur, which was then demanding tabling of the Manipur (Hill Areas) Autonomous District Council (Amendment) Bill 2021 within the meeting. In an Independence Day-eve enchantment, CM N Biren Singh mentioned on Monday that everybody within the state have to be prepared to discover a resolution to the ethnic battle, based mostly on the age-old tenet of coexistence.
“Over 150 are dead and hundreds have been injured, homes and places of faith razed to the ground..we are not leaving a good legacy for our children and our future generations,” he mentioned.

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