Aizawl, Sept 22: As part of showing solidarity and nurturing brotherhood among Zo brethrens, members of Zo Re-Unification Organisation (ZoRO) had left for violence affected Churachandpur town of Manipur to condole and paid homage to the nine Zo or Mizo martyrs who have lost their precious lives during a protest launched by the tribal mass against the discriminatory bills passed by the government of Manipur on 31 August.
At least 10 ZoRO members including political parties and NGOs have left for Manipur today. On reaching Churachandpur the team would pay visit to the hospital where the dead body of the nine martyrs are kept and lay Mizo traditional shawl (Thangchhuah puan) on them as a token of respect and condolence.
The ZoRO has meanwhile expressed happiness over the emerging unity seen among various Zo tribes of Manipur in their fight against the discriminatory bills passed the government of Manipur in its special assembly session on 31st August. It also urged all Zo brethrens in Manipur to maintain solidarity and walk in one accord in the days to come. “It is worthwhile remembering that the unity of all Zo tribes is in fact an important instrument for the survival and progress of the community”, ZoRO said in a statement.
Zo- Re Unification Organisation (ZoRO), the Chin-Kuki- Mizo-Zomi group organization which seeks re-unification of all Zo people and bringing them under one administrative unit also thanked chief minister Lal Thanhawla for sponsoring a trip to Churachandpur.