Manipur 23,000 individuals have been rescued, and life is slowly returning to normal

    Manipur's violence

    Manipur’s violence is really terrible. Violence is taking place between two castes. We’ve been speaking with them. The state administration removed the curfew for three hours today; the situation is under control, and we hope tranquility returns to the neighborhood. Amit Shah, the home minister, is constantly monitoring the situation. Nothing can be accomplished with violence. I encourage individuals to come forward and resolve disputes amicably.

    Officials claimed 128 Sikkim students were rescued from violence-torn Manipur and were being returned to the state on Sunday. The stranded students were first flown to Kolkata by state government-arranged planes from Imphal. They took buses from Kolkata to Siliguri in northern West Bengal. 

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    As the LoP, I have written to the CM and Deputy CM to guarantee that we have the resources to return the students who have gotten stranded in Manipur. The central government should intervene as quickly as possible to try to bring the violence under control: Ajit Pawar, NCP leader, on the violence in Manipur

    On the request of the Government of Manipur, the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) accepted the repatriation of Vineet Joshi, Additional Secretary, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, to his original cadre.

    So far, the Tripura government has evacuated 208 students who were stuck in Manipur following the rapid escalation of tensions last week by means of two special flights, while dispatching two policemen to Imphal to expedite the process.

    U K Chakma, Tripura’s Transport Secretary, said on Sunday that the first flight chartered by the Tripura government landed at 1.40 a.m.MBB Airport is home to 171 medical students from the Regional Institute of Medical Science (RIMS). The state government arranged for 37 agriculture students to fly from Imphal to Guwahati on a special Indigo aircraft, and then to Agartala on another special flight.

    Krishnaanand nishad
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