A large number of electors registered in several parts of the State of Manipur were displaced from their native places during the conflict that started from May 3, 2023.
Manipur Chief Minister Biren Singh claimed that the sudden mushrooming of new villages at an alarming rate at various locations in the state directly poses an existential threat to the indigenous population.
Congress MLAs expressing their resentment over not admitting private members’ resolution on Kangla Resolution by the Speaker of Manipur Legislative Assembly, the party avoided participating in a discussion on re-affirmation concerning the implementation of the National Registrar of Citizens (NRC).
Manipur cabinet minister Nemcha Kipgen has clarified the rebuttal of the United Liberation Front of Asom- Independent (ULFA-I) over her alleged claims of the outfit's involvement in the crisis in the state.
The Manipur Legislative Assembly reaffirmed its resolution taken on August 5, 2022, emphasizing the importance of implementing the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the state.
Chief Minister N Biren Singh has informed that eight FIRs have been registered in connection with the recent Churachandpur arson incident. Of which two cases are transferred to the Central Bureau of Investigation.
The Manipur Police have arrested three members of the banned KCP (N) from Imphal West district and recovered arms and ammunition from their possession, an official statement said on Friday.
During daylight hours, a widespread sit-in protest gripped the region, while as dusk fell, torch-lit rallies led by women illuminated the night sky.
The statement, issued by the ten Kuki-Zomi-Hmar MLAs, including Haokholet Kipgen, L.M. Khaute, Ngursanglur Sanate, Chinlunthang, Kimneo Haokip Hangshing, Letpao Haokip, Nemcha Kipgen, Paolienlal Haokip, Letzamang Haokip, and Vungzagin Valte, expressed their dissent and disapproval of the resolution, which they deemed as one-sided and reflective of a myopic view.
The Centre is yet to decide on continuing the Suspension of Operations (SoO) agreement with Kuki militant organisations amid demands from political parties and Meitei civil society groups in Manipur not to extend the peace pact with the state's tribal insurgent groups.
Manipur Assembly unanimously resolved to urge the Government of India (GoI) to abrogate the SoO pact with all the Kuki-Zo UG group militants.
In a heartening turn of events amidst the turmoil caused by the ongoing violence in Manipur, which has left thousands homeless and seeking refuge in relief camps, two children who have endured the loss of their homes are set to inspire the nation.
In response to the current situation, district administrations in Manipur have requested the deployment of central paramilitary forces in three districts - Imphal, Bishnupur, and Churachandpur.
The Manipur police also asserted that Arambai Tengol of engaging in many anti-social activities like assaulting civilians and snatching of vehicles from public/government officials.
Addressing media in a press conference held at Police Headquarters today, IGP (operation) Kabib K said that on February 27, a group of armed miscreants allegedly targeted police officers namely additional SP, Imphal West, Moirangthem and inspector (OC-CDO Imphal West), P Achouba and attacked house and properties of former.
Demanding to end the suspension of operation (SoO) agreement and implement NRC, a torch rally was carried out in various valley areas of Manipur.
The Churachandpur district administration has stated that they have released ration for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) who are residing in camps.
The Manipur government on February 28 restored mobile internet services in the state's Churachandpur district.
Leader of the House and Chief Minister (in charge of Finance), N. Biren Singh presented the Budget Estimates for 2024-25 (Vote-on-Account).
Concerning the present unrest, opposition Congress MLAs proposed to allocate one day sitting for discussion of conflict by amending the report of the Business Advisory Committee (BAC).
The Red Shield Division of Spear Corps organized yet another Ex-Servicemen, or the ESM Rally at Karong ground in Senapati District today after a fruitful similar rally at Bishnupur District on February 26.
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