Published by: Anwesha Adhikary | Posted: May 25, 2023 5:37 pm| Updated: May 25, 2023 5:37 pm
News Daily Digital Desk: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will go to Manipur due to violence. He announced on Thursday that he will step into the troubled state within a few days. He will stay there for three days to investigate the situation in Manipur. Shah (Amit Shah) said that he will try to restore peace by talking to the people of the state. Incidentally, within the peace process, violence has once again spread in Manipur. One died.
Army Chief Lt Gen RP Kalita arrived in the state on a three-day visit amid 21 days of violent clashes between the Kuki-Meiti communities in Manipur. The army has been trying to restore peace in the state since the beginning. Army chiefs recently held peace meetings with various local groups. In the same effort, the state government. The message is that violence is not the way to go. The problem can be solved through discussion. Chief Minister N Biren Singh, army chief and top bureaucrats of the state administration are holding periodic meetings. However, violence has increased again since Wednesday in Manipur.
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Amit Shah is in Manipur’s neighbor Assam in this situation. At an event in Guwahati on Thursday, he said, “Manipur is on fire around a court verdict. My appeal to both sides, keep the peace and have faith in the judiciary. I myself will go to Manipur in few days. I will try to restore peace by talking to everyone during this three-day visit.”
Incidentally, since last May 3, Kuki-Jhomis and other tribals have been in bloody conflict with the majority Metei people in Manipur. 71 people have lost their lives so far. More than 300 people were injured. 1,700 houses were burnt. 200 vehicles were burnt. One person lost his life due to fresh violence. The minister’s residence has also come under attack.
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