Manipur MLA T Robindro has said that the present unrest in the state is not a communal crisis but a result of instigation by some outsiders with vested interest. He appealed to the people of the state to stay alert and away from those vested interest groups and work collectively for speedy restoration of normalcy.
Speaking to the media at his residence in Imphal, the MLA extended his heartfelt condolences for all the victims who lost their lives during this unfortunate crisis that occurs due to lapse in security.
He informed that the government is trying its best to restore peace and harmony by ways of sending missionaries and reaching to the CSO leaders and stakeholders.
Informing that a Grievances Cell had been opened in Bishnupur district to redress the grievances of those displaced people whose houses were destroyed and burnt down during mob action, he said that the government is also taking up certain initiatives for their resettlement process.
Meanwhile, the displaced pregnant women in Bishnupur district are given special care at the relief camp opened at Khuman Lampak by the BJP Manipur, he said.
Two of the displaced pregnant women in the Bishnupur district had successfully given birth at hospital after being facilitated by the volunteers of their respective relief camps, he added.
Stating that the beauty of Manipur is defined by its multi-ethnic diversity which consisted of around 35 tribes, he said with one of the tribe groups missing the beauty of Manipur will be gone.
"Let us all work collectively to forget the bygone days and move towards bringing back the love and unity which was maintained among all the ethnic groups and restore normalcy at the earliest possible," the MLA appealed.