Manipur Congress says Amit Shah’s visit adds more violence,loss

Manipur Congress says Amit Shah's visit adds more violence,loss

Manipur: Questioning whether the ‘double engine’ BJP government is burning homes, the Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) on Sunday said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s plans for hills and valleys are separate. The speech led to further violence in the state as he left.
Speaking to the media at Congress Bhavan on Sunday, MPCC President Meghachandra said that the ongoing crisis in the state was fueled by central paramilitary forces who sided with a group, thereby escalating the crisis in the state.
“People are confused as to why the government has failed to coordinate central and state forces even after the Union Home Minister announced an ‘inter-agency unified command’ under the chairmanship of advisor Kuldiep Singh,” Meghachandra said.
He questioned why the Assam Rifles and the Manipur Police faced each other at Sugnu Police Station when they were supposed to work together. In connection with the encounter, the Sugnu police have registered an FIR (No. 33(6) 2023 at Sugnu police station under sections 166/186, 189, 342/353/506/34), Meghachandra said.
He added that it is clear that central and state forces are operating on different lines in Dolaithabi area of ​​Imphal West district, Trongloubi area of ​​Bishnupur district and Sugnu and Serou of Kakching district.
People want to know the details of the incident report, Meghachandra said, adding that when Union Home Minister Amit Shah came to Manipur, he had expressed hope that peace would come under a unified command, but now that version is being told. It has been the opposite.
He added that after the Union Home Minister left Manipur, the violence increased day by day.
Meghachandra said 200 houses, including MLA Ranjith’s house, were burnt down in Serou in the presence of Assam Rifles and Manipur Police.
“The crisis in Manipur can be resolved in a week if we consolidate power and proceed with ceasefire talks or use of force if necessary,” the MPCC president said.
All the communities in the state are facing the effects of the violence but the Prime Minister of India is silent, he said that the Prime Minister reacted too quickly to the incident in Orissa and did not react to the bloodshed in Manipur.

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