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Mizoram CM Lalduhoma expresses expectation for President’s rule in Manipur, citing ongoing challenges

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Imphal, Jan 20: Mizoram chief minister Lalduhoma said on Friday that he has been expecting that President’s Rule be imposed in Manipur.

Talking to the media on the sidelines of the 71st Plenary Session of the North East Council (NEC) in Shillong, he said, “The situation in Manipur is not improving. There has to be a solution between the government of India, the government of Manipur, and the tribal leaders.”

“That is what we are expecting, as it has been very long. The situation does not change, and sometimes it becomes worse,” Lalduhoma said.


He said those people from Manipur who, after the violence, have taken refuge in Mizoram are Indians.

The “Indian Constitution provides that they can settle anywhere in the country. Unless normalcy returns to the state of Manipur, we will look after them,” Lalduhoma said.


Over 32,000 people from Myanmar have taken refuge in Mizoram since the military coup in February 2021.

Another 1,000 people from the Chittagong hill tracts of Bangladesh had also come to Mizoram.

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