The Meetei Mayek script is used to write which among the following Indian languages?

Meetei Mayek script is used for Manipuri language which is one of the languages in the 8th schedule of the Constitution of India. Meiteis also refers to a linguistic group. It is a group of one of the few Indo-Mongoloid populations who possess a written script and a fairly rich literature. It was developed during the reign of King Khagemba (1597-1652 AD). However, it has been of historic importance as the script has been largely replaced by the Bengali script in later years. It was recently announced by a MP in Parliament that the Meitei script will be printed in currencies instead of the Bengali script.