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Home Minister Amit Shah chairs all party meeting over Manipur crisis

Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired an all-party meeting today at 3 pm in the national capital to discuss about the situation in violence hit Manipur.

The meeting has been convened by the Central government under Shah’s chairmanship to take stock of the situation in Manipur and discuss ways forward to re-establish peace and normalcy in the state.

The meeting has been attended by various parties including BJP, Congress, Nationalist Congress Party, Lok Janshakti Party, Trinamool Congress, National People’s Party, CPI(M) among others.

While NCP supremo Sharad Pawar informed yesterday issuing a statement that he would skip the event due to some earlier commitments had designated NCP General Secretary Narendra Verma and Manipur NCP Chief Soran Iboyaima Singh to take part in the meeting on his behalf.

The others leaders who have attended the meeting includes BJP president JP Nadda, Meghalaya Chief Minister and NPP chief Conrag Sangma, Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang, Union Minister and LJP supremo Pashupati Kumar Paras, TMC’s DerekO’Brien, CPI(M) MP John Brittas and others.

The meeting concerning the clash hit Manipur comes 4-days after 10-parties including the Congress wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding his urgent intervention to bring back peace in the state.

The parties had wrote the letter on June 20, when PM Modi departed for his State visit to the United States, who is now on his way to Cairo, Egypt before his return back to the country.

The violence gripped the hill state in the North East on May 3 after clashes broke out during a Tribal Solidarity March oragnised by the All India Students Union to protest the demand of Schedule Tribe status of the Metei community of the state.

The violence was triggered by a Manipur High Court order that directed the state to consider including the Meiteis in the Schedule Tribes list.

Since then, the state has been in unrest, multiple cases of arson were reported in the past few days. The violence has left nearly 120 people dead and more than 3000 are already injured.

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