Singh demanded this while participating at a sit-in protest organised by the Congress at Thangmeiband area yesterday.
Singh cautioned the Centre that offering any sort of autonomy related with administration, culture and finance, as per the demands of a particular rebel group, will "lead to chaos and disintegration" of a sensitive state like Manipur.
Singh said the Centre should not try to "appease" a particular community as the border state (Manipur) is inhabited by more than 30 different ethnic groups and is not a domain of one community.
The NSCN (IM) has been demanding integration of Naga inhabited areas of Manipur, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh with Nagaland.
A Congress leader today said the party would organise a series of protest meetings at all 60 assembly constituencies of the state to demand that the Centre make public the peace accord it signed with the (NSCN-IM).
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