In continuation of the efforts to help the students of Tripura studying in Manipur, a special team has been sent by the state government to Manipur for coordinating & bringing back Tripura’s students.
Besides, government also arranged special flight and necessary arrangements have been made to bring them back at the earliest.
On Saturday speaking with the guardians of the students at state civil secretariat Chief Minister of Tripura Dr Manik Saha informed this.
The anxious guardians meets with the CM on Saturday. CM Dr Saha not only assured them but also he made a call from his mobile phone to the Chief Minister of Manipur N. Biren Singh on the spot.
The anxious guardians also urged the Chief Minister of Manipur regarding the safely return of their children.
There are 150 students are there in Manipur who belongs from Tripura. Most of them are the students of RIMS.
Notably the violence that broke out in Manipur this week is now slowly calming down. The situation has improved since the deployment of the Army-Assam Rifles and Rapid Action Force (RAF) in the state.
Meanwhile, the Manipur government has released the official figure of those who lost their lives in the violence.
It has been told that 54 people have died in different incidents of violence. However, the unofficial figure is said to be much higher.
Markets and shops are opening in Imphal Valley on Saturday. Also some vehicles were seen on the roads.
Meanwhile, the security system in the state also appeared to be tight. So far, more than 10,000 security forces personnel are deployed in the state. Due to this tight security, people have started appearing on the streets in Imphal.
During the ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ organized by the All Tribal Students Union Manipur (ATSUM) to protest against the demand of Scheduled Tribe (ST) status by the majority Meitei community in Manipur, in Torbang area of Churachandpur district on Wednesday, violence broke out.