Imphal: Seventy-nine displaced Meiteis who are taking shelter at two relief camps of Cachar district of Assam has reached Imphal on Monday.adidas yeezys best wigs mens adidas ultraboost new nike air max wig for sale custom nfl jersey nike air max 270 adidas yeezy boost 700 nfl fan shop adidas shoes on sale jerseys nfl nike air jordan black nike air max plus black adidas yeezy foam runner onyx cheap nfl jerseys
General secretary, BJP Manipur, K. Sarat Kumar told reporters at state party office, here, on Monday that under the initiatives of state government and state BJP party a total of 79 displaced people including infants who were taking shelter at two different relief camps opened at Sonai and Binnakandi of Cachar district, Assam was airlifted to Imphal starting from Sunday.
“The displaced people were airlifted through choppers.”
As most of the displaced people have relatives here in Imphal most of them have returned to their family resided in Imphal. For those who do not have relatives and homes in Imphal will be kept at relief camps open here, he added.
Earlier, in a press release issued by All Assam Manipuri Student’s Union said the exodus of Meiteis from Mizoram has begun following a warning issued by surrendered militant group PAMRA. “It is very regretful to learn how the Mizoram (both government and elite groups) is involved in fuelling the violence from the beginning when Mizo Zirlai Pawl (MZP) issued a threatening notice to the Meiteis living in Mizoram on April 30 even before the Kuki narco terrorist declared war upon native Meiteis in Manipur on May 3.”