The Kabui Union Manipur (KUM) on Sunday expressed that the blame game is no solution for peaceful coexistence and appealed to the state government to take the necessary steps to restore normalcy in Manipur at the earliest.
Stressing upon the bonds of brotherhood with those displaced victims of ethnic violence in the state, the KUM, in collaboration with different Kabui villages settled in the state, distributed relief materials to the relief camps opened at Terakhongsangbi (Khudekpi) in Bishnupur by the Salai Kanba Lup.
The Kabui villages that extended aid included Keishamthong, KabuiKhul, Sawombung Khunjao, Sangaiprou, Ragailong, Duigaipangjang, Keikhu, Oinam, Chingpu and Keiren.
Speaking to the media, KUM president Hera Kabui said many lives were lost while houses were burned down. Besides, many have become homeless.
“At present, every person is going through fear psychosis, and the future of Manipur is at stake,” it mentioned.
The Kabui community has resolved to continue the humanitarian acts in other relief camps, he said.
He appealed to the state government to bring back normalcy in Manipur and provide medical aid and daily needs to the people staying in relief camps at different locations in the state.
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