President's rule is demanded in Manipur

Police commando Heishnam Jiten was killed when Kuki militants opened fire on the police in the Tronglaobi area of ​​Bishnupur district on Thursday. Four more police personnel were injured and admitted to the hospital. A patrolling force of the Assam Rifles was fired upon in East Imphal on Wednesday. A soldier was injured.

In this situation, the Congress demanded the imposition of the President's rule in Manipur. Bhakta Charan Das, National Congress leader in charge of Manipur, Mizoram, and Bihar, said in Delhi, 'There is complete anarchy going on in Manipur.

The internet is closed so that the real picture of the state cannot come out.' Bhaktacharan raised the question, 'After so much violence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is silent? Why has the Union Home Minister not yet come to Manipur?' The Congress demanded immediate treatment of the injured, creating a safe environment for the homeless to return home, compensation of Rs 20 lakh to the families of the victims and Rs 5 lakh to the families of burnt houses, and a long-term rehabilitation package for the affected families. Bhaktacharan said that to win the polls, the BJP had promised to give more power to Hill Area Committees, create 6 autonomous district councils, and nationalize the Meiteis. But after winning they did not try to fulfill the demands in a democratic manner. The BJP government ignited the unrest by suddenly evicting 38 villages.

The Meitei organizations later claimed that the armed Kukis snatched the Meiteis' land titles before setting fire to their houses during the clashes. Post-conflict, uninhabited villages have been put up with 'Janjati Zamin' signboards. The Meitei organization has demanded the cancellation of a ceasefire with all Kuki militant organizations, the identification of all outsiders who came to the state after 1949, tracing the roots of high-ranking Kuki leaders, and a strict stop to the broadcast of false news.

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