Manipur Government Plans To Airlift Meiteis From Mizoram After Caution From Ex Militant Group

By Neha Bhardwaj July 23, 2023 12:38 PM IST

Manipur Government: Amidst the clash between Manipur’s Meitai and Kuki communities, plans are being made to airlift the people of Meitai community settled in Mizoram. The Manipur government is considering airlifting members of the community after an ex-militant organization asked the Meitei people to leave the state for their safety.

The organization said that there is a lot of anger among the youth of Mizoram over the video of vandalism with two women in Manipur. Recently, the shameful incident of parading two women naked in Manipur is being criticized all over the country. It was told that the women seen in the video are from the Kuki community. So far 5 main accused have been arrested in this case.

Special ATR flights will be sent
According to the report of Hindustan Times, the people of the community can be evacuated from Mizoram through special ATR flights between Aizawl-Imphal and Aizawl-Silchar. On the other hand, the Mizoram government on Saturday (July 22) assured security to the people of Meitei community living in the state and asked them not to pay heed to rumours.

State Home Commissioner and Secretary H. Lalengmawia held a meeting with leaders of the Meitei community and assured them of their safety, PTI quoted an official statement as saying.

After the vandalism with two women, people got angry
Violent incidents are not taking the name of stopping since May 3 due to tension between Manipur’s Meitei and Kuki communities. Meanwhile, the video of vandalism with two women shook the whole country. In the video, a group of men were seen parading two women without clothes. It was told that this video is of May 4. From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Supreme Court expressed grief over this incident and also talked about strict action against the culprits. Taking action, the police have arrested the 5 main accused seen in the video.

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