How the army is taking action in Manipur ! Modi government is work well

How the army is taking action in Manipur !
 Bunkers of miscreants and terrorists are being demolished! 
 Modi government
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1QNm9SQVw94WdHUU-XM7HF-FFv38jeBUt

is doing its work well and will continue to do so.
As of 21 June, more than 100 people have been killed in the violence, and more than 300 others left wounded. The dispute has to do with a long-standing demand by the Meitei people for a Scheduled Tribe status under the Indian Constitution, which would give them privileges comparable to the tribal communities.

The dispute has to do with a long-standing demand by the Meitei people for a Scheduled Tribe status under the Indian Constitution, which would give them privileges comparable to the tribal communities. In April, a Manipur High Court verdict directed the state government to make a decision on the issue preferably within four weeks. The tribal communities protested the Meitei demand. The All Tribal Student Union of Manipur (ATSUM) conducted a solidarity march in all hill districts on 3 May. By the end of march, clashes broke out between the Meitei and Kuki populations in and around the Churachandpur district bordering the Imphal Valley.[10]

The Indian Army flew in close to 10,000 troops and paramilitary forces to restore law and order.[11] Internet services in the state were suspended for a period of five days[12] and Section 144 of the Indian Penal Code was invoked.[13] The Indian troops were given "shoot on sight" orders to enforce the curfew in "extreme cases".[5][14]

A panel led by a retired Chief Justice will investigate the violence, while a peace committee will be established under the Governor and security advisor Kuldeep Singh, along with members of civil society. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) will probe six cases related to conspiracy in the violence, ensuring a neutral investigation to uncover the root causes.


2023 Manipur violence
Date3 May 2023 – present
(1 month, 2 weeks and 6 days)
Location
24°36′N 93°48′E
Caused byEthnic tensions between Meitei
and Kuki-Hmar-Zomi people in Manipur
MethodsArsonrioting
Parties to the civil conflict
Casualties
Death(s)98,[1] including 80 tribals[2]
(33 during army operations)[3]
Injuries310[1]
Damage26,000+ temporarily displaced[4]
46,000+ relocated to other areas[4]

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