Manipur Violence: ‘When PM Modi is not in the country…’, Rahul targets all-party meeting called on Manipur violence, Mamta also surrounds

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Manipur Violence: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday targeted the central government over the Manipur violence. Also took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and questioned his silence. Rahul Gandhi said that the meeting has been called at a time when the Prime Minister is not in the country as it is not important for him. PM Modi is on an official state visit to the United States of America till 24 June.

Rahul Gandhi took a dig at PM Modi through a tweet. He wrote that Manipur has been burning since 50 days, but the Prime Minister remained silent. The all-party meeting was called when the Prime Minister himself is not in the country. Clearly, this meeting is not important to the Prime Minister. Let us tell you that Union Home Minister Amit Shah has called an all-party meeting on the situation in Manipur on June 24.

Mamta said – it is too late now

On the other hand, West Bengal CM and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee also took a dig at the central government regarding the all-party meeting. He said that it is too late now, Manipur is burning. The people of Manipur are in trouble. The minister’s house is burning in the presence of the central force. It’s a complete failure, they’ve called a meeting so Derek O’Brien will go on behalf of the party.

Shah visited Manipur last month

Home Minister Amit Shah has called an all-party meeting on June 24 to discuss the situation in violence-hit Manipur. A Home Ministry spokesperson tweeted that Union Home Minister Amit Shah has called an all-party meeting on June 24 at 3 pm in New Delhi to discuss the situation in Manipur.

Shah had visited the violence-hit state last month. He had held several rounds of meetings with representatives of both the Meitei and Kuki communities to end the violence. However, there was no significant improvement in the law and order situation in the state.

Violence continues since May 3, more than 100 people have died so far

Violence broke out for the first time in the northeastern state on May 3 after a ‘tribal solidarity march’ was organized in the hill districts to protest against the Meitei community’s demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status. Since then, more than 100 people have lost their lives and thousands have been displaced.

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