Manipur Violence News ABP News C-Voter Survey CM Biren Singh Should Resign Or Not

By Neha Bhardwaj July 24, 2023 9:13 AM IST

ABP News C-Voter Survey: The northeastern state of Manipur has been in the grip of uncontrolled violence since May 3, 2023. Hundreds of people have lost their lives in Manipur violence so far. Hundreds of people have been rendered homeless by setting fire to their houses. The police have so far arrested 6 people in the case of parading two women naked in the state on May 4. One of the two women with whom this shameful incident took place is the wife of a former Indian Army soldier who served as a subedar in the Assam Regiment and also participated in the Kargil War.

Since the caste violence in Manipur, the opposition has been continuously demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to personally intervene in this matter. The opposition wants PM Modi to intervene in the matter and demand the resignation of Chief Minister Biren Singh. The important thing is whether the public also wants that the CM of Manipur should resign or not. In such a situation, C-Voter conducted a survey for ABP. All the people expressed their opinion in the survey.

What is the opinion of the people?
A large majority wants Manipur Chief Minister Biren Singh to resign from his post. In the CVoter survey, more than half of the 59 percent people are of the opinion that Biren Singh should resign immediately. Less than a quarter, 23 per cent, want Biren Singh to continue as chief minister. However, 18 percent people did not give any answer.

Should the CM of Manipur resign?
Source- C Voter

  • Yes-59%
  • No – 23%
  • Don’t know – 18%

160 people have died in Manipur violence so far
More than 160 people have died in the ethnic violence that broke out in the hill districts on May 3 after a ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was organized in the hill districts to protest against the demand for Scheduled Tribe status by the majority Meitei community in Manipur. The Meiteis constitute about 53 per cent of Manipur’s population and live mostly in the Imphal Valley, while tribals, including Nagas and Kukis, make up 40 per cent of the population, who live in the hill districts.

After the ruckus in Manipur and the name of the opposition alliance being named INDIA, C Voter has conducted an All India survey for abp news. Opinion of 2 thousand 664 people has been taken in this survey. The survey has been done on Thursday and Friday. The margin of error in this survey is plus minus 3 to plus minus 5 percent.

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