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Maharashtra government arranges special aircraft to rescue stranded students from Manipur violence


Maharashtra government rescue students from Manipur

The Maharashtra government has taken steps to bring back stranded students from Manipur amid the ongoing violence in the state. Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde announced on Sunday that a special aircraft has been arranged to rescue 22 students from Maharashtra who were stranded in Manipur.


The Chief Minister's office issued a statement saying, "A special aircraft has been arranged to rescue 22 stranded students back to Maharashtra and soon this aircraft will enter Maharashtra with these students."


Shinde spoke with the students over the phone and assured them of all possible help. The Maharashtra government is closely monitoring the situation in Manipur and the stranded students will be brought back to Maharashtra soon.


Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also spoke with Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh and urged him to ensure the safety of the stranded students until the situation in the state comes under control.


Several students from Maharashtra are studying at the NIT Manipur and were unable to leave due to the escalating violence in the state. The violence erupted during a Tribal Solidarity March organized by the All Tribal Student Union Manipur (ATSUM) on May 3.


Joint forces of the Indian Army and Assam Rifles are working to restore normalcy in the state and no major violence has been reported recently.

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