As new violence erupted in Manipur, Union Home Minister Amit Shah urged residents to maintain peace. He stated that he will visit the state in a few days and remain for three days.



One person was pushed to death and another was injured in a new clash between suspected militants and a group of civilians in Manipur’s strife-torn Bishnupur and Churachandpur districts on Thursday, according to police reports.

According to police, militants set fire to the homes of some villagers in Toronglaobi, Bishnupur district, late at night.  Union Home Minister Amit Shah has urged the people of Manipur to keep the peace and has stated that he will visit the state in a few days and stay for three days.

Amit Shah’s plea to the people

Union Home Minister, Amit Shah requested the people of Manipur to maintain peace for just a few days until he arrives at the spot to ease out the situation. 

He stated that justice will be served on everyone in the state.

“There were clashes in Manipur following a court decision.” I would urge both factions to preserve peace because justice will be served to everybody. “I will go to Manipur in a few days and stay for three days, talking to the people of Manipur about restoring peace,” Shah stated.

Education of children being a priority

An official from the Mizoram administration said on Thursday that youngsters uprooted by recent ethnic disturbances in Manipur will be permitted to continue their education here. 

The state school education department has asked all district and school authorities to allow displaced students to enroll in state-run and government-aided schools in a letter sent to all district education officers, sub-divisional education officers, and principals of state-run higher secondary schools on Wednesday.

“Recent unrest in Manipur has resulted in a large influx of internally displaced children into Mizoram.” “It is therefore requested that all district and school authorities allow admission even if proper documentation for the children cannot be provided if and when they solicit admission to schools,” stated education department director Lalsangliana in a letter.

Source: India TV News

The state’s main student organisation, Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP), is also keeping a close eye on the situation and is in negotiations with the administration, according to MZP president Lalnunmawia Pautu.


Aratrika is currently a final year student in Symbiosis Law School. She is a keen researcher in almost all the fields of law and social science with her special interests in constitutional law, jurisprudence and criminology. She has been a Student Member of the Research Committee of the Indian National Bar Association as well as at an international multidisciplinary law journal in her college and an active member of the Center for Criminology and Criminal Justice. She has also been an active participant and observant in almost all the co-curricular and extra curricular activities held in her college. Her other interests include breaking the stigma around mental health.


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