Manipur Violence / Government in action on Manipur violence, Home Minister Amit Shah calls all-party meeting

Zoom News : Jun 22, 2023, 08:15 AM
Manipur Violence: The central government seems to be coming into action mode regarding the deteriorating situation in Manipur. The Central Government now wants to discuss the issue of Manipur Violence with all the parties. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has called an all-party meeting in New Delhi on June 24. The issue of violence in Manipur will be discussed in this meeting. Tribal violence started in the state on May 3, which is continuing till now. So far 110 people have died due to this violence.

A Home Ministry spokesperson tweeted on Wednesday evening that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will hold an all-party meeting in New Delhi on June 24 at 3 pm, in which the situation in Manipur will be discussed. This meeting has been announced at a time when Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has met the Home Minister in New Delhi. Himanta Biswa Sarma is the convenor of NEDA (North-East Democratic Alliance), the northeastern wing of the NDA. He also visited the state on 10 June.

Opposition is surrounding the opposition on Manipur

At the same time, the opposition is constantly besieging the central government with its questions regarding the Manipur violence. The opposition has also raised questions on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's silence on this issue. UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi said on Wednesday that the state has suffered a "deep wound" due to the violence. The point to be noted here is that a day before the all-party meeting i.e. on June 23, leaders of at least 30 opposition parties are going to meet in Patna. In this, a strategy will be chalked out to encircle the BJP in 2024.

What will be discussed in the meeting?

According to the information received, Home Minister Amit Shah is going to meet the leaders of all the parties in the library building of the Parliament. In this, opposition leaders and allies will be informed about the current situation in the state. It will also be told that what steps have been taken so far and what steps will be taken in the coming days.

It has been told that CRPF DG Sujoy Lal Thaosen also visited Manipur a few days back. During this he met the security personnel. He also discussed the steps through which the situation can be brought under control.