Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will visit Manipur on June 29. He will stay there for two days and will also visit the relief camps in Imphal and Churachandpur. Along with this, he will meet the representatives of civil society.
The situation is very bad in Manipur. The steps taken by the Central Government and the State Government to stop this violence are becoming insufficient.
On June 24, Home Minister Amit Shah held an all-party meeting. And said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is constantly monitoring the situation in Manipur since day one. Guiding us with full sensitivity to solve the problem.
Many opposition parties including Congress are continuously attacking BJP and PM Modi that why the PM is silent on Manipur violence. Violence broke out in Manipur on May 3 following a tribal solidarity rally. So far more than 100 people have died in this ongoing violence in the state.
For 55 days Modi ji did not say a word on Manipur – Kharge
On Monday, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge tweeted that there is news that Home Minister Amit Shah has finally spoken to Prime Minister Modi in Manipur. For the last 55 days, Modi ji did not say a word about Manipur. If Modi ji thinks anything about Manipur then first of all sack your CM. Seize weapons from militant organizations and anti-social elements. Start talks with all the parties and find a common political path.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Modi is silent – Jairam Ramesh
Earlier, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had targeted the central government and alleged that on the one hand, the northeastern states are burning and on the other hand Prime Minister Modi is silent. Home Minister Amit Shah is not doing anything.
Demand to remove Biren Singh from the post of CM
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh further said that even a minute of Biren Singh’s stay as Chief Minister is a minute wasted in efforts to bring peace to Manipur and start the reconciliation process. There is no point in his being the chief minister.