NPCC Flays PM Modi’s Silence On Manipur-June 22
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Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee flays PM Modi’s silence on Manipur

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By EMN Updated: Jun 22, 2023 7:42 pm
In a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) said that even as Manipur has been “burning” for the past seven weeks, the BJP government was giving priorities to “international matters” while remaining completely silent on the neighbouring state violence
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DIMAPUR — In a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) on Thursday said that even as Manipur has been “burning” for the past seven weeks, the BJP government was giving priorities to “international matters” while remaining completely silent on the violence in the neighbouring state.  

President, NPCC, S Supongmeren Jamir in a press release said that the country had witnessed many unrest and riots in the past too and seen violent clashes.

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But to let the situation escalate in Manipur for seven weeks, and that too in the present day of advanced communication and logistics, was appalling, Jamir said.

“With the kind of political control and might the current Government has, peace in the valley and the hills should have been brought immediately.

“As the Supreme Court of India stated, the situation in Manipur is a complete failure of law and order. And in this failure and delay, innocent bystanders are losing their lives,” the NPCC chief said.

Reminding that Manipur too has its own uniqueness in every socio-economic aspect, Jamir said understanding the “land and its people” should be at the core of resolution to the ongoing crisis.

“During times of crisis, it is the duty of the law makers to provide guidance, reassurance and a sense of direction. No matter what party one may belong to, no matter what affiliation one has, Manipur needs our help; our people needs us and we should be there for them setting aside all differences,” he added.

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By EMN Updated: Jun 22, 2023 7:42:12 pm
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