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Governor urged to restore peace: INDIA

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, July 30:

Twenty-one members of parliament belonging to the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) called on the governor, Anusuiya Uikey at the Raj Bhavan today and submitted a memorandum urging her for peace and harmony in the state taking all effective measures including rehabilitation and settlement of the affected persons by apprising the union government of India the complete breakdown of the law and order situation in Manipur.
Speaking to media persons after meeting the governor, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury of the Indian National Congress (INC) expressed the desire of all party delegations to access the situation in Manipur. He stressed to table the Manipur crisis in the ongoing monsoon session of the parliament before it siege the national security of India.
The INDIA delegation visited relief camps opening at Churachandpur, Moirang and Imphal and interacted with the victims who have been seized with anxieties, uncertainties, pains and sorrows unleashed by the unprecedented violence unleashed by the crisis since May 3, 2023. While welcoming the delegates their visit to Manipur and appreciating their efforts for the restoration of peace and normalcy, the governor informed them that she was fully aware of the problems faced by the people consequent upon her visit to different relief camps in both the hills and valley districts.
Both the Central and State governments were making relentless efforts to contain the situation and bring peace and normalcy at the earliest possible time and security forces were also equally discharging their responsibilities to save the people. She said, to bridge the mistrust between the two communities, hatred among the communities had to be removed and therefore all stakeholders should work in this direction peacefully.
The Governor made an appeal to the delegates to extend their fullest cooperation to restore peace and tranquillity through a peaceful dialogue with the representatives of Civil Society Organisations of both the communities to maintain status quo ante of aged old tradition of peaceful co-existence.

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