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Manipur Violence Clash between security forces and militants; 40 terrorists killed so far

Khushbu Kumari Jha
Manipur Violence Clash between security forces and militants 40 terrorists killed so far
Manipur Violence Clash between security forces and militants 40 terrorists killed so far

CM N Biren Singh has informed that around 30 terrorists have been killed in different areas of the state.

Things are not returning to normal in violence-torn Manipur. Encounters broke out again between the rebels and the security forces in different parts of the state. Sources said that the attack was carried out simultaneously in the Imphal Valley and five areas around it at 2 am on Sunday. Meanwhile, CM N Biren Singh has told that so far around 40 terrorists have been killed in different areas of the state. Along with this, some terrorists have also been arrested by the security forces. CN Biren Singh said that the action was taken as part of counter- and defensive operations against terrorist groups.

CM N Biren Singh claimed

Explaining the action, he said that the terrorist groups in respect of which the action has been taken were carrying out attacks with advanced weapons against the civilian population. Reports quoted Chief Minister N Biren Singh as saying that militant groups were using M-16 and AK-47 assault rifles and sniper guns against civilians. They came to burn houses in many villages. In response to which the army and other security forces started firing. He also said that terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces. They were carrying out attacks with advanced weapons against the civilian population. Reports quoted Chief Minister N Biren Singh as saying that militant groups were using M-16 and AK-47 assault rifles and sniper guns against civilians. They came to burn houses in many villages. In response to which the army and other security forces started firing. He also said that terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces. They were carrying out attacks with advanced weapons against the civilian population. Reports quoted Chief Minister N Biren Singh as saying that militant groups were using M-16 and AK-47 assault rifles and sniper guns against civilians. They came to burn houses in many villages. In response to which the army and other security forces started firing. He also said that terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces. It is reported that terrorist groups are using M-16 and AK-47 assault rifles and sniper guns against civilians. They came to burn houses in many villages. In response to which the army and other security forces started firing. He also said that terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces. It is reported that terrorist groups are using M-16 and AK-47 assault rifles and sniper guns against civilians. They came to burn houses in many villages. In response to which the army and other security forces started firing. He also said that terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces. Said terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces. Said terrorists are trying to sabotage the state by carrying out attacks against unarmed civilians. Talking to media persons at the state secretariat, the Chief Minister claimed that the clashes were not between communities but between Kuki militants and security forces.

Appeal not to obstruct the movement of security personnel

Appealed not to obstruct the movement. Also urged them to have faith in the government and support the security forces. Singh said that we have experienced hardship for so long and we will never let the state disintegrate. He informed that several Kuki militants involved in killing civilians and destroying property and setting houses on fire have been captured by the Jat Regiment. Will not let it scatter. He informed that several Kuki militants involved in killing civilians and destroying property and setting houses on fire have been captured by the Jat Regiment. Will not let it scatter. He informed that several Kuki militants involved in killing civilians and destroying property and setting houses on fire have been captured by the Jat Regiment.

Encounters took place in these areas

When the army started a campaign to arm various communities with the aim of maintaining peace. Meanwhile, a top security official said that the house of BJP MLA Khwairakpam Raghumani Singh at Uripok in Imphal West was vandalized and two of his vehicles were torched. He also said that clashes broke out at several places in the early morning hours in various districts around the Imphal Valley. The house of BJP MLA Khwairakpam Raghumani Singh at Uripok in Imphal West was ransacked and two of his vehicles were torched, a top security official said. He also said that clashes broke out at several places in the early morning hours in various districts around the Imphal Valley. The house of BJP MLA Khwairakpam Raghumani Singh at Uripok in Imphal West was ransacked and two of his vehicles were torched, a top security official said. He also said that clashes broke out at several places in the early morning hours in various districts around the Imphal Valley.

The firing was reported by Kangvi in? Churachandpur, Kangchup in Imphal West, Sagolmang in Imphal East, Nungoipokpi in Bishenpur, Khurkhul in Imphal West, and YKPI in Kangpokpi. Around 140 columns of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles, comprising over 10,000 personnel, besides other paramilitary forces, have been deployed to bring back normalcy in the northeastern state.