Manipur Governor Anusuiya Uikey on Saturday appealed to all people of violence-hit Manipur to dispel the feeling of fear and insecurity and maintain brotherhood and mutual cooperation. She assured the people that peace will be restored and "everything will be fine in no time".
"All of you should maintain brotherhood, dispel the feeling of fear and insecurity and cooperate with the people around you. Do it. Other residents of your locality, city, state who have been living with you for years. They are all your own brothers and sisters," said the governor in a peace appeal message to the people of the state.
The governor also mentioned in her message that "Violent incidents and arson that took place in the state during the last few days, disturbed mutual brotherhood and peace. Some brothers and sisters of the state also died suddenly in these unfortunate incidents. I have received information that due to these incidents, an atmosphere of insecurity, mistrust and fear is also being created among the citizens of the state."
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She said the Army, RAF, Assam Rifles, CRPF, BSF, Police and administrative officers of the state and people's representatives are continuously working in the state.
"Security forces are patrolling in all the areas and taking care of your safety. The security forces are ready and always your service to deal with any disturbance," she said.
The governor then urged the people to immediately inform the 24-hour control room of the Army No. 9233637014 or the police in case of "any kind of incident, nuisance disturbance or spreading fear, looting, damaging property or causing human harm".
"I want to assure you that the security forces are very close to you at your service. They will help you by taking immediate action on your information," she said.
Appealing to all to dispel the feeling of fear, disbelief and insecurity from the mind, the governor said, "Everything will be fine in no time. Peace and tranquility will be restored and looking forward to normalcy".
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