Pudhari Online Desk: Manipur Football Player: Went to play for the country. He took the lead. A cup of gold for India. But, after returning home he did not get his money. Madat comes and resides in the camp along with his family members. This is the story and plight of the captain of the under-16 football team playing for India, whose house was razed to the ground by the violence in Manipur.
Ngamgauhou Mate is the captain of the Indian football team under 16. So, he lives in Tengnoupal district of Manipur. Under his leadership, the Indian team won the South Asian Football Federation Under-16 Championship (SAFF U16 CHAMPIONSHIP 2023) in Thimphu. If Khelaila had gone there, violence would have broken out in Manipur. Or his own house was ruined by violence. Due to this his family got displaced.
Manipur Football Player: Welcome
When South Asian Football Federation champion Patkavun Ngamgauhou went to his village in Manipur, he did not get his money. Tyala Kalale’s grandmother-in-law is relieved at a relief camp in Kangpokpi district where all the victims of violence have been shifted. So I reached Shibirat. There his parents welcomed him.
Manipur Football Player: Football champion is not home but there is still hope for peace
The football champion has expressed hope that peace will be established in Manipur after he lost his home due to violence in Manipur. The mate said, “I am grateful to God that people around me are safe. “Or our state has been affected by large-scale violence and I feel that we should hope for peace.”
Manipur Football Player: Honor for fellow non-union players
Ngamgauhou Met and other tribal players of the Indian Union were honored at Kangpokpi on Thursday. Where he had a message for fertile Manipur. At this time, Vumlenlal Hangshing, an Indian Under-16 Football Association player who plays left back, said, “I love our Meitei colleagues. We are friendly and like the trophies we collect, we want peace in Manipur. Of the 23 people killed, 15 are from Manipur.
This is the covenant: