Former MPs, security officers call on Guv over Manipur crises

Imphal: Brinda Karat, Ex-MP, CPI (M) and Srimathi Teacher, Ex-MP along with six others called on Manipur governor Anusuiya Uikey at Raj Bhavan, here on Friday.

The visiting team gave ground report of the people staying in relief camps and the need for proper sanitation and supply of essential food items along with basic medicine for the inmates. With the reopening of the schools in the state, the team informed that the general public at present facing financial difficulties in paying school fees for their children especially in private school and urged the Governor to look into the matter.

The team requested the governor to ensure safety especially for the women and children during this ethnic conflict.

The team has visited 18-20 relief camps and shared the details of relief camps which are not being run properly.

It expressed concern about disposal of dead bodies and shortage of specialized doctors in hill areas.

The governor assured the team that efforts are in place from central and state government to bring the situation under complete control and immediate action will be taken for the grievances and concern put forward by the team.

The team appreciated the efforts of the governor during the present crisis by paying repeated visits to affected areas and this has brought a huge amount of relief and satisfaction among affected people.

Lt. Gen Pradeep Chandran Nair, AVSM, YSM, Director General, Assam Rifles along with Brig. Sushim Biswas, deputy, IGAR (South) called on the governor and apprised about present security situation of Manipur and the efforts put by Assam Rifles to bring peace and normalcy in Manipur.

On the day Dr. Anupam Mishra, vice-chancellor, Central Agriculture University, Imphal along with Pujya Kadsiddheshwar Swami Ji, Kanerimath Kolhapur (MS) called on the governor and briefed on the continous relief activities extended by CAU for the internally displaced people in Manipur.

The governor appreciated their noble tasks and encouraged them to continue their humanitarian services.

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