While the situation in Manipur gradually returning to normal, Manipur students of two ethnic bodies living on the DU North Campus. They have alleged that a group of Meiti students on Thursday night attacked them.
The conflict between Manipur students of two ethnic bodies at DU follows the outbreak of brutality in the northeast. Mainly, between the Meitei community living in the Imphal Valley and the Kuki tribals.
Deadly conflicts spewed on Wednesday after the All Tribal Students’ Union, Manipur (ATSUM) arranged a demonstration. It’s against the Court order of the Manipur High Court. The court advised the Manipur government to agree to the demand of the Meitei community. That is to comprise them in the ST list.
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Amid the ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ by the ATSUM in the Torbung area of the Churachandpur section. An armed mob allegedly flooded people belonging to the Meitei community. This led to retaliatory raids in the valley districts, eventually directing to widespread brutality throughout the state.
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As the condition aggravated, Manipur Government requisitioned Army as well as Assam Rifles. The DGP further declared that several forces, containing RAF, BSF, and CRPF, deployed in Manipur to retain the truce.
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On Friday, Amit Shah carried out a review meeting with Manipur CM and top officials to evaluate the condition in the state. The Centre also sent extra safety forces and anti-riot automobiles to keep stability in Manipur. A deployment of around 10,000 personnel from the Army and the Assam Rifles took place in Manipur.
According to references, 10 more firms of central paramilitary personnel (approx. 1,000 personnel) with anti-riot vehicles arrived in Manipur on Friday pursuing orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).