They urged the Centre to hasten the process of establishing a separate administration in areas of the state that are dominated by the Kuki Zo community.
The attack was carried out after two other Kuki-Zo tribals were killed in an ambush by unidentified gunmen in the Kangpokpi district on Monday.
An assembly bulletin said that Mayanglambam Rameshwor was appointed by the Speaker as the chairman of the Committee on Public Undertakings in place of its previous chairman.
Lt Gen Rana Pratap Kalita said that when the violence broke out on May 3, the Army’s immediate priority was to rescue people and provide relief to the displaced.
The organisation declared a shutdown in the Kangpokpi district to convey to the Centre that Kuki-Zo tribals are no longer safe “under the partisan government”.
The duo were travelling in a vehicle when suspected terror group members belonging to the state's majority community carried out an ambush between Haraothel and Kobsha villages, the officials said.
It also appealed to the governor to facilitate a meeting of all political parties in Manipur with the prime minister to find a solution to the conflict under his leadership and guidance.
ITLF, a frontal organisation of Kuki-Zo tribes in Manipur, had on Wednesday threatened to establish a "self-governed separate administration" in areas where these tribes have a majority.
Haokip says conversations about the Manipur riots should not stop in Kerala.
Prof Piang poignantly recalled how the dignity and rights of women were violated by parading them naked, raped and killed.
The fresh trouble in the state broke out after a subdivisional police officer was shot dead by the Kuki militants at Moreh in the Tengnoupal district earlier this week.
The incident happened, when two gunmen who were reportedly travelling in a car, fired at the vehicle of Mayengbam Pramot Singh (56), chief of radical group 'Meitei Leepun'
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The statement from the defence minister comes a day after Kuki militants shot dead a police officer in the India-Myanmar border town of Moreh in Manipur.
Anand was grievously injured and rushed to a local primary health centre but he succumbed to his injuries soon after.
Tribal Kukis are in a majority in Moreh and earlier, some Kuki organisations demanded the removal of state forces from the town.
They are now lodged in facilities, provided by Mizoram government and some NGOs, in different parts of the state.
'Bnei Menashe' is a community of Indian Jews from Manipur and Mizoram. Nearly half of the community have migrated to Israel over a period of time to become its citizens.
Terming the situation in Manipur as "tragic", Sugata Bose also called for an end to the pitting of one community against another for short-term political gains.
Balwal was on deputation to the NIA for three-and-half years as superintendent of police and was serving as Srinagar's senior superintendent of police.