Manipur Violence: Miscreants set minister’s godown on fire, Home Minister Amit Shah’s all-party meeting on violence continues

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Manipur Violence: Manipur violence continues to be a source of trouble for the state and the central government. Violence in the state is not taking the name of stopping. Reports of firing and arson are coming from many areas. Meanwhile, a private godown of a minister has now been set on fire. Fire tenders have brought the fire under control. Seeing the serious situation in Manipur, an all-party meeting is being held on Saturday under the chairmanship of Union Home Minister Amit Shah regarding Manipur violence. Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda reached Parliament in the same vehicle regarding the meeting.

All party meeting chaired by Home Minister Amit Shah

Former Chief Minister of Manipur Ikram Ibobi Singh has participated in this meeting from the Congress side. Union Minister Prahlad Joshi, Union Minister Nityanand Rai, BJP leader Pinaki Mishra, Meghalaya Chief Minister Kornad Sangma, TMC leader Derek O’Brien have also reached Parliament to attend the meeting. Let us tell you that more than 50 days have passed since the violence broke out in Manipur, but still the situation remains serious in many areas.

Congress is an attacker on the central government

Home Minister Amit Shah also visited Manipur this month. But the situation has not improved even now. Congress is a constant attacker on the central government on the ongoing violence in Manipur. The Congress alleges that it had been seeking time from Prime Minister Narendra Modi since June 10 to discuss the issue of Manipur, but he did not give it.

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