Manipur Violence: Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi on Sunday. It has been told that this development has come to the fore after the all-party meeting under the leadership of Amit Shah in Delhi. In this meeting, the opposition parties reiterated their demand for the sacking of Chief Minister Biren Singh.
According to information, N Biren Singh reached the national capital Delhi from Imphal this morning. After this he met Amit Shah at his residence for about 45 minutes. During this, the Manipur CM informed about the situation in the state (Manipur Violence) and the steps taken to bring law and order back on track. Sources have told that N Biren Singh has left for Manipur.
CM Biren Singh tweeted after meeting
After the meeting, Biren Singh tweeted that the Home Minister has assured that the central government will take all possible steps to bring normalcy in Manipur. He said that the state and central governments under the strict supervision of Union Home Minister Amit Shah have controlled the violence to a great extent.
Manipur CM N Biren Singh tweets, “Called on Union Home Minister, Amit Shah in New Delhi today and briefed about the evolving situation on the ground in Manipur. Under Amit Shah’s close supervision, the State and Central Govt have been able to control the violence to a great… https://t.co/MuBMlWwj1I pic.twitter.com/kx0024QtaP– Advertisement –
— ANI (@ANI) June 25, 2023
It has been told that this meeting took place a day after Amit Shah’s all-party meeting with 18 parties. The focus of the all-party meeting was on the Manipur violence. Several opposition parties suggested that an all-party delegation should visit the violence-hit state.
All-party meeting lasted for four hours
In the meeting which lasted for about four hours, some parties also demanded immediate dismissal of Chief Minister N Biren Singh and imposition of President’s Rule in the BJP-ruled state. Earlier, 9 BJP MLAs had written to PM Modi saying that the people of the state have lost complete faith in the N Biren Singh-led government. The MLAs also submitted a five-point memorandum to PM Modi.
Things are slowly returning to normal: Shah
In the all-party meeting, Amit Shah said that Manipur is slowly returning to normalcy. Since June 13, not a single person has died due to violence in the northeastern state. He said in the meeting that the Modi government is determined to solve the problem of Manipur. He called the meeting seeking cooperation from all political parties to help restore peace in Manipur.
These parties were involved in the meeting
Several parties including BJP, Congress, Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena, Trinamool Congress, Mizo National Front, BJD, AIADMK, DMK, RJD, Samajwadi Party, AAP attended the meeting. Ethnic clashes broke out in Manipur after a ‘tribal solidarity march’ was organized in the hill districts on May 3 to protest against the Meitei community’s demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status.
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