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Assam Rifles Successfully Expedite Return of 124 Displaced Individuals to Moreh, Manipur


Assam Rifles Expedite Return of 124 persons to Manipur

In a positive development, Assam Rifles, in collaboration with state government agencies and local groups, has achieved remarkable progress by facilitating the safe return of 124 displaced individuals to Moreh, Manipur. This significant initiative marks a crucial step towards restoring normalcy in the region, empowering the affected people to rebuild their lives and foster inter-community harmony.


The security forces played a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being of the returnees. They provided essential relief assistance, including food, shelter, and medical aid, while prioritizing the safety and security of the displaced individuals throughout the journey.


In a separate development, ten tribal MLAs in Manipur have urged the central government to establish a dedicated administration for their community. Expressing dissatisfaction with the state's ability to safeguard their interests, the MLAs released a statement on Friday, appealing to the Union of India for a separate administration under the constitutional framework. This request aims to promote peaceful coexistence as neighbors with the state of Manipur.


According to official figures, the violence in Manipur resulted in a tragic loss of nearly 60 lives, with over 230 individuals sustaining injuries, and approximately 1,700 houses being burnt down. These distressing statistics underscore the urgent need to restore peace and stability in the region.


To aid in the restoration efforts, the Indian Army has deployed unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and helicopters to conduct aerial surveillance of sensitive areas across Manipur. The Spear Corps of the Indian Army announced this deployment on Friday, demonstrating their commitment to enhancing situational awareness and supporting the restoration of normalcy in the violence-affected state.

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