An all-party meeting has been called by Union Home Minister on June 24 to discuss the situation in Manipur. This meeting marks the first gathering of its kind since the outbreak of clashes in the northeastern state.
The meeting is scheduled to take place in Delhi at 3 pm and aims to deliberate on the current situation and find ways to restore peace and normalcy in the strife-torn region.
Earlier, nine legislators from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in , where violence has occurred, wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In the letter, they expressed that the people of the state have completely lost faith in the leadership of Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh.
The BJP MLAs presented with a five-point memorandum emphasizing the lack of trust in the government and administration.
"To regain the trust and confidence of the people, it is requested that special measures be taken to ensure proper governance and adherence to the rule of law," stated the memorandum, signed by Karam Shyam Singh, Thokchom Radheshyam Singh, Nishikant Sing Sapam, Khwairakpam Raghumani Singh, S Brojen Singh, T Robindro Singh, S Rajen Singh, S Kebi Devi, and Y Radheshyam – all belonging to the Meitei community.
The erupted following a "Tribal Solidarity March" held on May 3 in the hill districts, which aimed to protest the Meitei community's demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status.
The violence between the Meitei and Kuki communities has resulted in the loss of over 100 lives.
CRPF DG Sujoy Lal Thaosen recently visited Manipur and met with security personnel to discuss measures to restore control over the situation.
Last month, Home Minister visited Manipur for four days, engaging with various sections of the population to restore peace.
During his visit, he spoke with victims from the Meitei and Kuki groups who were staying in relief camps, assuring them of adequate security and emphasizing the government's commitment to supporting their safe return home.