‘Situation chaotic in Manipur’, after meeting Shah, CM Biren said – can’t tell what is happening -aabtak24


Violence In Manipur: The phase of violence in Manipur, located in the North-Eastern part of the country, is about to begin for about two months, but the fire has not yet been extinguished. More than 100 people have lost their lives in the grip of violence, while thousands of people are forced to leave their homes and live in relief camps. The central government is constantly monitoring the situation. Meanwhile, state Chief Minister N Biren Singh met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi on Sunday (June 25) and informed him about the situation. Biren Singh said that the Home Minister has expressed concern over the violence in the state.

According to reports, Shah is now worried about the spread of civil unrest in the districts after the violence in the outskirts of Imphal Valley. Talking to reporters in Imphal after his return from New Delhi late on Sunday, Singh said, "From firing in outlying areas to civil unrest in the districts of the Valley, the changing nature of violence has become a matter of concern for Amit Shah." 

Can’t say what is happening- CM Biren

The Chief Minister said, “The initial phase of violence was very sensitive and politically motivated, but what is happening now, we cannot say. The situation is very chaotic.” He also said that the Home Minister has assured him that the central government will take all possible steps to restore normalcy in Manipur.

Amit Shah and N Biren Singh met a day after the all-party meeting chaired by the Home Minister in New Delhi on the situation in Manipur. The three-hour long meeting was attended by representatives of 18 political parties, four MPs from the Northeast and chief ministers of two states in the region.

Report of violence in Imphal West

The ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was held in the hill districts on May 3 to protest against the demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status to the Meitei community. was conducted. After this violent clashes started in Manipur. The Meitei community forms about 53 per cent of the northeastern state’s population, mostly living in the Imphal Valley, while tribal communities such as the Nagas and Kukis make up around 40 per cent and live mostly in the hilly districts. 


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