Union Home Minister Amit Shah will deal with the issue of Suspension of Operation (SoO) and use of illegal weapons in Manipur, Chief Minister N Biren Singh said on Friday.
Conveying Amit Shah's message following a visit by a 14-member delegate team of the state government and legislatures of all political parties in Guwahati on Friday, Biren told mediapersons that the Union home minister is closely monitoring the present scenario of the state.
Biren maintained that saving and securing the lives and rights of all the around 35 communities of Manipur is the priority of both the state and the Central governments.
The Central government, under the leadership of PM Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, has made all possible efforts to restore normalcy in the state, he said, adding, “Please do have faith in the government. Normalcy will be restored soon”.
Detailing the meeting with Amit Shah, minister Awangbow Newmai said the Union home minister will arrive in the state on May 29 and will be stationed for three days.
He said, during the three days, the Union home minister will hear out the grievances and sentiments of all sections.
Amit Shah had assured to settle permanent peace in the state during his visit and assured that the state will not face any shortages of essential commodities, he added.
He further conveyed that Amit Shah had appealed to the people not to have any apprehension and to have faith in the government effort and join hands to make the state move towards peace and development.
According to a source, Union MoS for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai, who arrived in the state on Thursday will be camping in Manipur until the departure of Amit Shah from the state. He has been making efforts to restore normalcy by meeting various CSOs leaders and stakeholders.
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