The last ruler of the Kingdom of Manipur was Maharaja Bodhchandra Singh. He ruled between 1941 and 1949. Two extremist trade union organizations based in Manipur – the Coordinating Committee (CorCom) and the Alliance of Socialist Unity, Kangleipak (ASUK) – and the Twipra National Liberation Front (NLFT), based in Tripura, had announced the closure to mark the “forced merger” of the two states with India on October 15, 1949. In a joint statement signed by the leaders of organizations such as NLFT Chairman H. Uastwng Borok and ASUK President N. Oken, it was said that the merger was a “dark period” in the history of Manipur and Tripura. “The merger agreements were signed under duress by two incompetent authorities of the two kingdoms,” the extremist groups` joint statement said. Parts of Manipur closed on Tuesday against the state`s merger with the Indian Union 70 years ago. The reaction to a bandh for the same reason in Tripura was lukewarm. Maharaja Bodhachandra Singh of Manipur and V.P. Menon, who represented the Union government, signed the Manipur Merger Agreement on 15 October 1949. The Tripura merger was signed by Maharani Kanchanprabha Devi, who had ruled the state since the death of her husband and the last king in power, Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, in 1947.
On September 21, 1949, the Maharaja was forced to sign a merger agreement with the Union of India, which was to enter into force on October 15 of the same year.  As a result of the agreement, the State of Manipur merged into the Indian Union as a Member State Apart C (similar to a province of the Head of the Commission under colonial rule, later the Union Territory), which was to be headed by a Chief Commissioner appointed by the Indian Government. The Representative Assembly of Manipur has been abolished.  Unhappy with central rule, Rishang Keishing began in 1954 a movement for representative government in Manipur. However, India`s home minister said the time had not yet come to create representative assemblies in Part C countries like Manipur and Tripura, saying they were teaching in India`s strategic border areas, people were politically behind, and administration in those states was still weak.  It did, however, obtain a substantial degree of local self-government, in accordance with the Territorial Councils Act 1956, 1963, a legislative body and a Council of Ministers and, in 1972, full state.  The case concerns the illegal allocation of land under the recently annulled Roshni Act The Dewan represented the Governor of Assam. The shutdown, which lasted between 12 and 18 hours, affected six districts of the Manipur Plains, dominated by the Meitei community. The impact was minimal in the hills, although life was affected by the interruption of communications with imphal, the country`s capital. Indian agents reported to the governor of Assam. The British decided to recognize Juvraj Kulachandra Singh as Raja and send a 400-man military expedition to Manipur to punish Senapati Tikendrajit Singh as primarily responsible for dynastic unrest and unrest. .