‘Violence is not the solution, peace is the solution’, says Rahul Gandhi after meeting victims in Manipur

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Rahul Gandhi In Manipur: Rahul Gandhi, who arrived on a two-day visit to the violence-hit state of Manipur today, has given a message to the people of the state after meeting the victims. Rahul Gandhi said, no solution of any kind will come out of violence, only peace is the solution.

Talking to the media there, Rahul Gandhi said, Manipur needs peace. I went to relief camps and met people from every community. There is a shortage of medicines and food in the relief camps, on which the government should pay attention. I appeal to every person of Manipur to maintain peace. I am present here and will do whatever I can for peace.

Visited the relief camp at Moirang
On the second Friday (June 30) of his Manipur tour, Rahul Gandhi visited two relief camps in Moirang town of Bishnupur district. In this tour, he met the victims displaced by the violence. Congress sources said that Rahul Gandhi reached Moirang by helicopter at around 9.30 am and met the affected people here and listened to their grievances. Rahul Gandhi was accompanied by former Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh, party general secretary (organisation) K.C. Venugopal, PCC President Keesham Meghchandra Singh and former MP Ajay Kumar.

Moirang is a historical town where INA (Azad Hind Fauj) hoisted the tricolor flag of India in 1944. On the first day of his tour, Rahul Gandhi visited relief camps in Churachandpur, one of the towns most affected by caste riots.

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