Manipur Violence: An all-party meeting is being held under the auspices of the Union Home Ministry on the riots that have been going on for a month in Manipur. The meeting was organized at 3 pm on Saturday under the chairmanship of Amit Shah. To stop the violence and establish peace..
All Party Meeting On Manipur Violence
Manipur Violence: An all-party meeting is being held under the auspices of the Union Home Ministry on the riots that have been going on for a month in Manipur. The meeting was organized at 3 pm on Saturday under the chairmanship of Amit Shah. The meeting discussed measures to be taken to curb violence and establish peace. To this extent, representatives of various parties in the country including Union Home Minister Amit Shah attended this meeting.
Home Minister Amit Shah chairs all-party meeting on situation in Manipur
— ANI Digital (@ani_digital) June 24, 2023
However, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will question the Central Home Ministry on the Twitter platform that the violence has been going on in Manipur for the past 50 days and why the all-party meeting was organized so late. Many representatives from other parties including MP Gurumurthy on behalf of YCP, former MP Vinod on behalf of BRS, Priyanka Chaturvudi on behalf of Shiv Sena, Manoj Kumar Jha on behalf of RJD participated in this meeting.
Manipur is burning for 50 days, but the Prime Minister is silent.
All party meeting was called when Pradhan Mantri khud desh mein nahi!
Clearly, this meeting is not important for the Prime Minister.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) June 22, 2023
Meanwhile, riots broke out in Manipur on May 3. As the feud between the tribes reached its peak, the military forces and the police intervened and brought the situation under control. On the other hand, due to these riots, 98 people have been killed so far and a lot of property has been damaged. Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah himself tried to negotiate a peace between the tribes that caused the riots, but to no avail, the riots started again. In this context, the Home Ministry has announced that an all-party meeting will be held on June 4 under the auspices of the Union Home Ministry.
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