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Indian Army Deploys Drones and Helicopters for Aerial Surveillance in Manipur to Restore Normalcy


Indian Army Deploys Drones and Helicopters in Manipur

The Indian Army has utilized unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and helicopters to monitor sensitive areas throughout Manipur in order to restore order in the state. The Indian Army's Spear Corps announced on Friday that they have deployed UAVs and helicopters for aerial surveillance. The Army's Eastern Command officials reported that Lieutenant General RP Kalita has met with local community leaders in Manipur's Mantripukhri to reduce tensions. Security officials stated that the situation in the state has improved, resulting in an extension of the curfew relaxation to seven hours. Nearly 45,000 displaced people have been moved to different locations. On May 3, a curfew was imposed after violence erupted in the state. The All Tribals Students Union (ATSU) Manipur organized a rally that turned violent as the Meitei people demanded ST status. According to official figures, approximately 60 people died, more than 230 were injured, and roughly 1,700 homes were destroyed in the violence.

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