Imphal, Aug 5:
A delegation from the National People’s Party held a crucial meeting with the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, yesterday. The delegation comprised prominent members, including Rajya Sabha MP of Meghalaya, Wanweiroy Kharlukhi; Lok Sabha MP of Meghalaya, Agatha K. Sangma; Kshetrigao Assembly Constituency MLA and National Secretary (Political Affairs), Sheikh Noorul Hassan; and Kakching Assembly Constituency MLA, Mayanglambam Rameshwar Singh. The primary agenda of this meeting was to address the alarming and distressing situation prevailing in the state of Manipur.
With a firm commitment to restoring peace and normalcy in Manipur, the team proposed a series of steps to the Union Home Minister. They earnestly requested his intervention to bring back peace and stability in the state, acknowledging the significance of working hand in hand with the central government to accomplish this critical goal and bring hope back into the lives of the people of Manipur.
In response, the Union Minister assured the delegation that the government is determined to provide sustainable solutions to the ongoing conflict in Manipur. This assurance comes as a glimmer of hope for the people of the state who have been enduring hardships due to the prevailing situation.
The meeting concluded with a sense of optimism as both sides displayed a willingness to collaborate and find solutions to restore peace and tranquility in Manipur, and thereby pave the way for progress and prosperity in the region. The nation now looks forward to the positive outcomes of this crucial dialogue and the joint efforts of the National People’s Party and the central government in fostering peace and harmony in Manipur.