Imphal: A delegation of 21 Opposition MPs led by Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury of INC, called on Manipur governor Anusuiya Uikey at Raj Bhavan on Sunday and apprised of the prevailing situation in Manipur.
The delegation who are on a two days visit to Manipur landed Imphal on Saturday and visited various relief camps in Churachandpur, Bishnupur and Imphal districts where they met the violence affected people. black wig nike air max 95s nfl jerseys cheap nike air jordan retro nfl shop best human hair wigs mens sex toys wig sales best human hair wigs sex toys for beginners nike air max 90 mens cheap jerseys best couples sex toys green bay packers wig outlet
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said, people are in pain and sorrow and feeling of depression and fear is also common in their minds. Almost all sections of society including women, children and students are affected and it is high time to take concrete steps to end the ongoing conflict. It is not only a problem of law and order but an ethnic conflict which needs special attention and therefore, an appropriate step to end the conflict and to remove hatred among the communities have to be initiated to restore peace and normalcy in the state.
The delegates submitted a memorandum to the the governor and requested to restore peace and harmony by taking all effective measures where justice should be the cornerstone. In order to bring peace and harmony, rehabilitation and resettlement of the affected persons is most urgent, they said.
The governor welcomed the team for their visit to Manipur and appreciated their efforts for the restoration of peace and normalcy. She informed them that she is fully aware of the problems faced by the people consequent upon her visit to different relief camps in both the hills and valley districts. Both the central and state governments are making relentless efforts to contain the situation and bring peace and normalcy at the earliest possible time and security forces are also equally discharging their responsibilities to save the people. She said, to bridge the mistrust between the two communities, hatred among the communities has to be removed and therefore all stakeholders should work in this direction peacefully.
The governor appealed to the delegates to extend their fullest cooperation to restore peace and tranquillity through a peaceful dialogue with the representatives of Civil Society Organisations of both the communities to maintain status quo ante of aged old tradition of peaceful co-existence.