Violence continues in Manipur, Government extended the internet ban till June 25

Mob violence continues in Manipur-1

Imphal: The violence that started in Manipur about one and a half months ago is not taking the name of stopping. So far more than 100 people have lost their lives in this violence. Meanwhile, the state’s Biren Singh government has extended the ban on internet services till June 25 to prevent the spread of rumors in the state. Explain that on May 3, a ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was organized in the hilly districts to protest against the demand of the Meitei community for granting Scheduled Tribe (ST) status in Manipur. Violent clashes started after the event.

SC refuses to hear plea seeking military protection for Kuki tribals
The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined an urgent hearing of a plea seeking military protection for the minority Kuki tribals in Manipur amid caste violence and prosecution of communal groups attacking them. A vacation bench of Justice Suryakant and Justice MM Sundaresh said it was a purely law and order situation and the administration should deal with it.

The bench said, “It is a serious issue of law and order. Let the administration look into the issue. Can the Supreme Court order personal security? Our interference will create more problems. This may worsen the situation. We hope that there is no need for the courts to pass such an order that the army or central forces should be deployed.

But the Prime Minister does not have time, and Congress criticized
Congress leader Ajay Kumar criticized Modi for not getting the leaders of Manipur to meet the Prime Minister. Talking to reporters, he claimed, “Since last June 10, leaders of various parties have been wanting to meet Prime Minister Modi on the issue of Manipur, but the Prime Minister does not have time.” BJP leaders themselves are unable to meet Prime Minister Modi, while Manoj Muntashir Shukla, who wrote lewd dialogues, had said that Prime Minister Modi met him for 45 minutes without an appointment.&8221; Let us tell you that the opposition had also sought time to meet Prime Minister Modi by sending a letter through email on June 10 and then by handing over the letter to the Prime Minister’s Office on June 12.

Why is the central government silent?
Former Chief Minister of Manipur and senior Congress leader Okram Ibobi Singh said, “Why is the central government silent? Home Minister Amit Shah visited for three days, but the violence continues. Then what did you get from this tour? He said, “If the central government thinks that we have come to ask for something, then it is very unfortunate. He alleged that the ‘double engine government’ in Manipur has been a complete failure.

Mob violence continues in Manipur-1

More than 100 people have died so far
Violent clashes broke out in Manipur after the ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was organized in the hill districts on May 3 to protest against the Meitei community’s demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status. So far, about 100 people have died in this violence and more than 300 people have been injured. The Meitei community forms 53 percent of Manipur’s population and lives mainly in the Imphal Valley. The tribals—the Naga and Kuki communities—constitute 40 percent of the population and live mainly in the hill districts. Around 10,000 Army and Assam Rifles personnel have been deployed to restore peace in the state.