Gunmen kill woman in front of school in Manipur

A day earlier, classes from first to eighth have started in the state which were closed for two months due to violence.

Unidentified gunmen shot dead a woman outside a school in Manipur’s Imphal West district on Thursday. The officers provided this information. The incident took place at Kwakithel Mayai Koibi under Lamphel police station.

Officials told that the woman had gone near the school for some work but she had nothing to do with the school. Intermittent gunfire was heard in a village in Manipur’s Kangpokpi district on Thursday morning. Some people attacked the villagers with automatic weapons but the security forces averted a clash. Sources gave this information.

The incident took place near Pheleng village around 3.40 pm on Wednesday, he said. Sources said armed groups from the surrounding areas had gathered in the area leading to tension. He said that around 1,000 to 1,500 women had blocked roads so that additional security forces could not reach the area. But the situation was brought under control with the deployment of Assam Rifles personnel in the area.

A large number of Kuki community members demonstrated in Churachandpur on Wednesday. They took out a rally from Public Ground to Tuibong Peace Ground. Sources said around 4,000 people participated in the rally and most of them were dressed in ‘warrior’ attire. The rally concluded at 7 pm on Wednesday in which no untoward incident was reported.

Opposition walks out of parliamentary committee meeting

New Delhi, Jansatta: Opposition members on Thursday staged a walkout from its meeting after the Chairman of the Standing Committee on Home Affairs refused to hold a discussion on the situation in Manipur. Sources gave this information. Sources said that in this meeting called to hear the views of the state governments of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana on the subject of ‘prison conditions, infrastructure and reforms’, Derek O’Brien of Trinamool Congress and Digvijaya Singh and Pradeep Bhattacharya of Congress were the chairman of the committee. Handed over a joint letter to Brijlal.

The letter said that the members cannot ignore the situation in Manipur. It states that it is a moral and constitutional responsibility to discuss the subject with all urgency and seriousness. The members addressed the chairman of the committee saying that you yourself have been a senior police officer and you can understand the seriousness of the situation in the state. Manipur needs healing, violence there must end.
We are elected public representatives and we cannot turn a blind eye.


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