The union urged Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh to constitute a high-level committee to facilitate investors in getting back their capitals. It also urged the investors to collectively make efforts and claim the capital from the chief minister.
Salai Promoters Union (SPU) on Wednesday urged Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh to constitute a high-level committee to facilitate investors in getting back their capitals. It also urged the investors to collectively make efforts and claim the capital from the chief minister.
Speaking to media persons at the Manipur Press Club, SPU convenor Sunildro Laishram said that the union is prepared to agitate until the capitals are paid back. After Salai Holdings Private Limited ran into trouble the investors became victims. SPU along with Salai Action Group have been making efforts to get back the capitals of the investors, he added.
Sunildro said that so far 1,166 complaint forms with details of the amount invested have been submitted to the concerned authorities in four phases. The remaining investors can come to the SPU office at Kwakeithel Laishram Leikai. The investors can also lodge complaints at the nearest police station or the local MLA to claim their capitals, he added.
The convenor also said that on March 28 a rally was organised and a representation was also submitted to the chief minister after it was reported that Narengbam Samarjit was arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and was about to be brought back to the state. In the representation, the union urged the chief minister to seize the assets of Salai and facilitate a process to pay back the capitals to the investors. It also mentioned that the investors will support in the trial of Samarjit, Sunildro added.