Imphal: Union Home Minister Amit Shah met with a group consisting of several civil society organisations in Imphal during his visit to violence. Biren Singh, the Chief Minister of Manipur, was also present during the meeting.
Home Minister Amit Shah began his four-day visit to Manipur on Monday with the goal of addressing the current ethnic violence in the state. Shah will participate in a number of security meetings throughout his visit to Manipur until June 1, with the goal of developing plans to reestablish peace and harmony.
Additionally, Home Minister Amit Shah met with Governor Anusuiya Uikey. Shah also presided over an extensive meeting that was attended by the chief minister of the state, N. Biren Singh, state ministers, and other important figures. The meeting’s goal was to assess the current situation and plan the required steps to restore normalcy in the area.
Meanwhile, security personnel have so far killed 30 suspected terrorists in the last 48 hours during operations to stop violent occurrences and attacks on citizens in the State over.
Earlier this month, a wave of clashes erupted in the hilly state, triggered by a solidarity march organised by tribal communities on May 3.
The march was organised by the tribals to express opposition to the Meiteis’ community request to become a Scheduled Tribe. Over 75 people were reported to have lost their lives as a result of the violence.