The dynamics of crisis and conflicts in the North Eastern region of India is really mind boggling, pathetic, lamentable and unfortunate in political terms. During the British rule in India, the region was kept inside the genie's bottle, never allowed to see the ray of hope- Democracy. The various ethnic groups, subgroups, communities, clans etc. were left to fight each others and finish off gradually. In 1947, when India became Independent, they came out from the genies bottle disoriented dishavelled, disinformed (misinformed), glazed and out of touch with the outside world.
Manipur Imbroglio tries to highlight some of the critical issues and problems faced by the inhabitants in the region which contributed handsomely to the rise of Insurgency movement, ethnic crisis and conflict, religious dogmatism, socio-economic fiasco and complex political gun-battles in the context of south East Asia. The people in the region: the Assamese, the Arunachalese, the Manipuris, the Mizos, the Meghalayese, the Nagas, the Tripuris and many other minority groups have been cursed by destiny and their socio-cultural life have been shattered by history. Every ethnic groups have got their aspirations, own way of life, which gives excellent opportunity to be exploited by external forces.
The people of the region have to find out a viable political strategy and approaches to solve the perennial imbroglio of the region. It should not be allowed to remain in a continuum mode which might be led to a breeding pond for global terrorist players, power brokers, fundamentalists and International drug warlords. The ethnic Insurgent outfits should not be a pawn into the hands of global or regional terrorist organizations. The solution for imbroglio in Manipur and in the North Eastern region of India should be based on a holistic political strategy and approaches; an assured participation by the general public and the Intelligentsia, and a self-apprisal from the various Insurgent outfits.