Manipur CM claims after meeting Amit Shah – no one died after June 13
Manipur violence: The fire of violence in Manipur has not yet been extinguished, in this violence that started between the Kuki and Meitei communities, more than 100 people have died and thousands of people have had to leave their homes. The opposition is constantly trying to corner PM Modi on this pretext, meanwhile Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh met Home Minister Amit Shah. In this meeting held in Delhi, the CM informed Amit Shah about the violence and claimed that it has been brought under control to a great extent.
CM tweeted after meeting Shah
CM Biren Singh, who reached the capital Delhi on Sunday (June 25) morning from Imphal, went to meet Shah at his residence. There was a long conversation between the two leaders. After this, Singh tweeted, “Met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi today and informed about the changing situation on the ground in Manipur. Under the close supervision of Amit Shah, the state and central governments have been able to control the violence to a large extent in the last week.
Home Minister assured
CM Biren Singh said that since June 13, no information has come to the fore about any casualty due to the violence. The Chief Minister said that the Home Minister assured him that the Central Government would take all possible steps to bring back normalcy in Manipur. Singh said that Shah advised us to strengthen our work towards permanent peace and also sought cooperation from all in Manipur to ensure peace.
Information was given in the all-party meeting
During the meeting with Amit Shah, some BJP leaders were also involved with Singh. Earlier, the Home Minister had chaired an all-party meeting on the situation in Manipur. The three-hour long meeting was attended by 18 political parties, four MPs from the Northeast and two chief ministers of the region. Home Minister Shah had told in the all-party meeting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is constantly monitoring the situation in Manipur since day one and is guiding us with full sensitivity to find a solution to the problem. At the same time, the opposition alleges that when Manipur was burning, Prime Minister Modi was traveling abroad. Apart from this, questions are also being raised regarding the silence of the PM.
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