Manipur Violence Update: After visiting Manipur, the delegation of opposition parties India (INDIA) has returned to Delhi on Sunday (July 30). Opposition MPs visited relief camps in Manipur on Saturday and then submitted a memorandum to Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey. After returning to Delhi, RJD MP Manoj Jha urged the Kuki and Meitai communities to cooperate in restoring peace and harmony in the state.
Opposition MPs attack the Center
After returning from Manipur, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary said that both the state government and the central government are not taking any major steps for Manipur. Big things are being done in Delhi and outside the country as well.
"The government has closed its eyes"
He said that there is no food and medicines in people’s homes, children do not have any facilities to study, college students cannot go to college. Nothing is being done to end the fighting between the two communities. The state government and the central government have closed their eyes.
Given this suggestion to the governor
On the other hand, JDU MP Rajeev Ranjan (Lalan) Singh said that there is a sense of insecurity and lack of trust in both the communities, he expressed lack of trust in the state government. They say incidents happened after May 3, but the state government did not take any steps to control it. Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi said In meeting the Governor, we suggested that an all-India all-party delegation led by the Prime Minister should come here.