Situation uncontrollable in Manipur, government upset
Union Home Minister Amit Shah Current situation in Manipur In view of this, an all-party meeting has been called. This meeting will be held in Delhi on 24 June. Sonia Gandhi has also appealed for peace regarding the ethnic violence in Manipur. At the same time, being troubled by the violence going on in the state for fifty days, nine BJP MLAs also opened a front against their own government. From this it is now understood that all is not well in Manipur BJP.
In fact, these nine BJP MLAs raised questions on the state leadership by handing over a memorandum to PM Modi in the Prime Minister’s Office. The MLAs made serious allegations through five points. He wrote – The situation shows that people here have lost their trust towards the state government and the local administration. However, the very next day eight out of nine went and met BJP’s National General Secretary BL Santosh and said – we all want peace and peace in the state.
Which MLAs opened the front, what is their identity?
Among the BJP MLAs who took action against their own party’s Chief Minister Biren Singh are – Karam Shyam Singh, Thokchom Radheshyam Singh, Nishikant Singh Sapam, Khwairakpam Raghumani Singh, S Brojen Singh, T Robindro Singh, S Rajen Singh, S KB Devi and Y Radheshyam. The special thing is that all of them are from the Maiti community.
These MLAs, who wrote a letter to the Center, have requested to call a joint meeting between Kuki MLAs and Maiti MLAs. And also demanded uniform deployment of central forces in all parts of Manipur.
Who burnt the BJP office, why did the BJP MLA open the front?
Questions are being raised that why did these BJP MLAs open a front against their own party’s government in the state? Among the opposition parties, especially the Congress party, is constantly demanding President’s rule in view of the law and order situation in the state. The biggest question is that despite the BJP government in the state, from the house of the Union Minister to the BJP office, they were set on fire. Who is behind this?
These MLAs of Meitei community have already expressed dissatisfaction
Some of these MLAs from the Meitei community have not rebelled against the government for the first time, but have expressed their dissatisfaction with the Biren Singh government for a long time. For example, Karam Shyam Singh had resigned from the post of Chairman of Manipur State Tourism Corporation in April itself. Then he had alleged that the government did not give him any responsibility. He was very angry with this.
Apart from him, three other MLAs namely Thokchom Radheshyam Singh, S Brojen Singh and Khwairakpam Raghumani Singh had also resigned from administrative and advisory posts expressing dissatisfaction against the N Biren Singh government in the state.
MLAs loyal to Biren Singh meet Defense Minister and Finance Minister
On the same day nine MLAs submitted memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 28 BJP MLAs also met Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in Delhi. The special thing is that all these MLAs also belong to the Meitei community but they are considered loyal to N. Biren Singh.
These MLAs, along with Rajnath Singh and Nirmala Sitharaman, demanded strict action against Kuki extremist groups under Suspension of Operation (SOS). They say that Kuki extremists are behind the current violence.
When will life come back on track in Manipur?
More than 100 people have died in Manipur in the last 50 days, while more than 40,000 people have been displaced. Thousands of houses have been burnt in Tennupal, East Imphal, Bishnupur, Kakching districts. Surchandpur is such a district in the state where maximum number of Kuki community people live. It is believed that more than 25 Kuki extremist groups are active here.
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