Manipur: ‘BJP failed nation of Manipur miserably’: Congress forward of Amit Shah’s all-party meet | Bharat Information

Manipur: 'BJP failed nation of Manipur miserably': Congress forward of Amit Shah's all-party meet | Bharat Information

NEW DELHI: Forward of an all-party assembly known as by way of House Minister Amit Shah to talk about the popular status in Manipur, Congress on Saturday renewed its assault at the BJP-led Central executive, accusing it of failing the nation of Manipur.
It additionally puzzled High Minister Narendra Modi’s hush at the Manipur violence.

Congress common secretary Jairam Ramesh took to Twitter on Saturday, and mentioned, “52 days after Manipur started burning the HM has finally seen it fit to call an all-party meeting on Manipur at 3 pm today.

This meeting should actually have been chaired by the PM who has kept silent all this while. It should have been held inImphal as a demonstration of national anguish,” the Congress chief mentioned month wondering the PM’s hush at the Manipur status.

Jairam Ramesh mentioned, “The BJP has failed the people of Manipur miserably.”
“Even so the man who brought Manipur back on the path of peace & development as CM for 3 terms between 2002 & 2017 Okram Ibobi Singhji will represent the Congress at HM’s meeting. He should be listened to in all seriousness given his vast experience and deep knowledge,” he added in his tweet.
Amit Shah had appealed for sleep and warned of strict motion in opposition to miscreants throughout his four-day consult with to the violence-wracked atmosphere previous in Might.
Congress has been vocal on Manipur because the outbreak of violence began within the BJP-ruled atmosphere.
The cause was once supplied by way of a Manipur Top Court docket sequence directing the atmosphere to believe together with the Meitei society within the Scheduled listing.
Greater than 100 nation have misplaced their lives within the violence between the Meitei and Kuki communities.

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