The ongoing violence in Manipur has rendered many people homeless. At the same time, many lives have also been lost. The situation here has remained like this for the last three months.
The situation in Manipur is getting worse every day. Many people have become homeless and many have lost their lives. Players coming from Manipur are appealing through social media to bring peace in the home state. In this sequence, Indian weightlifter Mirabai Chanu has shared a video on Twitter to help the people of her state. In the video, Mirabai Chanu has sought help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.
Mirabai shared the video
Mirabai shared the video and said, ‘The fighting that has been going on in Manipur for the last three months has not stopped yet. Due to this fight, many players are not able to train. At the same time, students are facing problems in studies. Many people have lost their lives, many houses have been burnt. I have a home in Manipur but I am currently in America where I am preparing for the upcoming World Championship and Asian Games.
Mirabai Chanu appealed to PM Modi and Amit Shah
He further said in the video, ‘I am not in Manipur but still watch and wonder when this fight will end. I appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Home Minister to end this war as soon as possible and save all the people of Manipur and bring back peace there.
People said PM Modi is busy
Many people commented below this video of Mirabai. Some expressed grief over the situation in Manipur. On the other hand, some said that the people of the government are currently preparing for the upcoming elections, so they do not have time for this. Apart from Mirabai, footballer Jackson Singh and boxer MC Mary Kom have also appealed for peace in the home state.