Manipur Violence Explained: A Year On, What Must Be Done To Restore Peace And Trust

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  • Published On: May 03, 2024
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May 3 Manipur Violence | It's been exactly a year since ethnic violence broke out in Manipur, claiming over 200 lives, and displacing thousands. The year-long conflict has precipitated a crisis of confidence, with increasing mistrust between the Kuki and Meitei communities, and also towards police and security forces. The central government claims the situation has improved through their intervention, but violence still rages on. The Prime Minister is yet to visit the state, while Home Minister Amit Shah's trip also seems to have had little long-term effect. NDTV's Akhil Kumar and Debanish Achom discuss.

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