All party meeting on Manipur violence today, Home Minister Amit Shah will talk to the opposition
Manipur violence: The violence happening in Manipur for more than 50 days is not taking the name of stopping. Despite all the efforts of the police, Assam Rifles and other security agencies, the ethnic conflict between the Meitei-Kuki community is not taking the name of stopping. The central government had called an all-party meeting on this issue in the past. This meeting will be held today i.e. on Saturday (June 24) in Delhi under the chairmanship of Home Minister Amit Shah.
In this meeting, the central government will brief the leaders of all parties about the violence and its causes. And can also appeal to cooperate with the government on issues related to it. However, regarding this meeting held after so many days, all the opposition parties are targeting the government, and are asking them the reason for the delay.
What did the leaders of the opposition parties say?
Regarding this meeting, the leaders of the opposition party have presented their stand in front of the people. The Congress on Thursday (June 22) said that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on an official visit to the US, what is the point of calling an all-party meeting on the issue of Manipur at such a time. The main opposition party also questioned the Prime Minister’s ‘silence’ on the violence in Manipur and the meeting being held in Delhi instead of Imphal. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi alleged that the all-party meeting on Manipur is not important for Prime Minister Modi.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “Manipur has been burning for 50 days, but the Prime Minister remained silent. The all-party meeting was called when the Prime Minister himself is not in the country. It is clear, this meeting is not important for the Prime Minister. Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh released a video saying, “The Prime Minister is in America, but he is silent about Manipur. He refused to meet the leaders of Manipur. An all-party meeting has been called after 51 days of violence have passed.
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