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Amit Shah will reach Manipur today, will visit violence affected area, Kuki community supporter group waiting

Pankaj Prasad
Amit Shah
Amit Shah

Amit Shah appealed to the people of Manipur to maintain peace and promised that justice would be ensured for all sections of the society.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit violence-hit Manipur on Monday. The Home Minister will be in the state for three days to find a solution to the ethnic conflicts. Earlier, Amit Shah appealed to the people of Manipur to maintain peace and promised that justice would be ensured for all sections of the society.

Kuki community waiting for Amit Shah

The United People's Front and Kuki National Organisation, which work for the welfare of the Kuki community in Manipur, on Sunday said the killing of innocent people in ethnic violence has caused a lot of damage and will have a detrimental effect on the region unless there is peace. In a statement, both the organizations said they look forward to the upcoming visit of Union Home Minister Amit Shah to Manipur.

The United People's Front and the Kuki National Organization paid tribute to those killed in the ongoing ethnic conflicts in Manipur and called upon the peace-loving Kuki tribe to act on its own to protect innocent people when attacked by armed mobs supported by various agencies. Had to be forced.

Violence gave unbearable pain

Said in the statement that the ethnic tension has hurt a lot. Unless peace is restored and justice is delivered quickly, it will have a detrimental effect on the people of the region. The irreparable loss of our dear brothers and sisters has given us unbearable pain.

He said that we accept the deployment of central forces in disturbed areas as a positive step to protect our community from further attacks. Both the organizations said they view the Centre's initiative positively. Also said that they are waiting for the end of the ongoing war on ethnic conflict.

people should trust the government

Giving information about the Union Home Minister's visit, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said in a press conference in Imphal that Amit Shah is going to visit Manipur on May 29 to resolve the current caste crisis.Rai said That we will talk to people in different places and listen to their views. People should have faith in the government and stay away from all forms of violence.

Security personnel injured in violence in Imphal

A security personnel was injured in fresh violence in Imphal on Sunday, a day ahead of Home Minister Amit Shah's visit to the violence-hit state. The police officer said that the injured security personnel have been brought to Raj Medicity Hospital. The caste violence that broke out in Manipur a few days back has claimed over 75 lives in the northeastern state. Fresh violence broke out in several parts of the state when Kuki militants, allegedly armed with sophisticated weapons, torched several houses in Serau and Suganu areas.

However, after the clashes broke out, Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Sunday said that around 40 armed terrorists involved in torching houses and firing at civilians have been arrested since the operation launched to restore peace in the northeastern state. killed by the forces.