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Meitei Legislators take pledge and endorse AT’S demand to quell Manipur Violence

The 6-point demands comprise implementing NRC with 1951 as the base year, revoking the Suspension of Operation agreement with Kuki militants, relocating all Myanmarese refugees to Mizoram, implementing border fencing, replacing Assam Rifles with other Central forces, and delisting Kukis from the Scheduled Tribes (ST) list.

Manipur: KIM demand for separate administration for Kukis

KIM Information and Publicity Secretary, Janghaolun Haokip said  that besides the compelling evacuation of the people, all the Kuki settlements had been looted, vandalized, and torched by the Meitei.

Manipur: Muslims stuck in violence appeals for peace between Meiteis and Kukis

Muslims comprises of 9 per cent of Manipur's estimated population of 32 lakh. .

Manipur : Security beefed up ahead of mass burial of slain Kukis on Thursday

Police said that additional security forces have been deployed in the mass burial site and adjoining areas to prevent any untoward incident.

Manipur: Meiteis-Kukis tribal using quadcopters to launch attacks, 2,000 civilians rescued

Both Meiteis and tribal Kukis of strife-torn Manipur have widely been found using quadcopters to identify locations of each other to launch attacks.

Manipur: Kuki volunteers release five arrested Meitei youths to send message of peace

While speaking to the media, the volunteers stated that they interrogated the youths and they revealed various sensational information during interrogation, the video of the same has been recorded.

Manipur: About 70,000 displaced, riots between Meiteis and Kukis turned into full scale civil war

The RRAG recommended bringing the situation under control by imposing President’s rule, providing fresh impetus to the peace process headed by the Governor, and ensuring effective rehabilitation and resettlement of the displaced persons to their original places of inhabitance with safety and security.

Manipur: Militants kill 3 village defence force volunteers in Khujuma Tabi

According to reports, five villagers were injured in the attack and taken to the nearby hospitals.

Manipur: Kuki Inpi slams state govt on “No work, no Pay” decision

Imphal, June 27: The Kuki Inpi Manipur (KIM), the apex body of the Kuki tribes made a strong resentment against the Manipur government's decision...

Manipur: Rashtreeya Swayamsevak Sangh appeals for peace, end the present chaotic and violent situation

It is very unfortunate that the state of unrest and violence that erupted afterwards among those who have been living a peaceful life with mutual harmony and co-operation for centuries has not yet stopped.

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