A team of Adhivakta members called on Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey at Raj Bhavan on Friday and urged the governor to make all-out efforts to bring back normalcy and peace in the state.
Saying that with the efforts of all the stakeholders, normalcy will be restored soon, the governor appealed all to work towards restoring peace and harmony in the state, a release mentioned.
A team of Koireng Youth organisation also called on the governor at Raj Bhavan on Friday and apprised of the prevailing situation arising out of the recent violence in the state and urged the government to take all possible steps for peace in the state, it stated.
The team also earnestly requested the Governor to provide security, protection and essential goods to the Koireng tribe, it mentioned.
The team also appreciated the Governor for her efforts to contain violence and expressed that her efforts for giving immediate relief and rehabilitation to the violence-hit displaced people in the state are welcomed by one and all in the state.
A team of All Manipur Brahmin organisation also called on the governor. The team apprised the governor about the condition of the victims after the community clash and the difficulties faced by many of the displaced people, it stated.
The team particularly informed about the atrocities carried out at Hindu religious site at Koubru Leikha in Kangpokpi district.
The team appealed to the governor to facilitate the rebuilding of many of the worship places burnt, destroyed and damaged in the aftermath of the clashes irrespective of religion or places.
Inspector general of Police, RAF, Anne Abraham and five officers of RAF also called on the Governor.
The IGP briefed the governor about the prevailing situation and security measures which are put in place to prevent any further untoward incidents in the state. She also highlighted the security deployment in the most vulnerable areas of Imphal region, it stated.
The Governor advised the IGP to take all necessary and rapid action to contain the prevailing violence and to put all the efforts for maintenance of law and order to bring normalcy in the state.
Laishram Angam Chand Singh, IA & AS (Retd), Chairman Manipur Public Service Commission also called on the Governor of Manipur on Friday.
Stranded people facilitated to leave
Around 420 affected people stranded at different relief camps here were facilitated to leave Churachandpur towards Kangpokpi along with security convoys on Friday morning, while district administration of Churachandpur extended relief materials to philanthropic organisations in running relief camps.
District administration has given rice bags to several philanthropic organisations and also started procuring additional items such as dal, oil, mosquito coils etc. to be distributed to relief camps.
The district administration continues to reach out to CSOs leaders and is maintaining close security coordination among all forces present in the district. A district level security coordination committee with deputy commissioner; commander of 27 sector, Assam Rifles; superintendent of police and other security officers of the district as its members.
Curfew was relaxed for ten hours today from 5 am to 3 pm. The district administration has also facilitated facility to change exam centre and downloading of admit cards for UPSC aspirants in the district. Aspirants can avail the facility at room no SF/12, DC office, mini-secretariat, Tuibong during office hours.