Manipur Violence: 'My Manipur is burning, help', Mary Kom sought help from PM Modi late at night Manipur Violence: 'My Manipur is burning, help', Mary Kom sought help from PM Modi late at night

Manipur Violence: 'My Manipur is burning, help', Mary Kom sought help from PM Modi late at night

Manipur Violence: 'My Manipur is burning, help', Mary Kom sought help from PM Modi late at night Violence broke out in Manipur after a tribal student union called a march against the inclusion of the Meitei community in the ST category. After which curfew was imposed in many districts and now internet has been suspended for five days in entire Manipur.  On May 3, a students' organization protested against the demand to include the Meitei community in the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category in Manipur. Violence broke out during this tribal agitation, after which curfew was imposed in several districts and internet services were suspended for the next five days across Manipur. Indian woman boxer Mary Kom sought help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi by tweeting.    Mary Kom tweeted late at around 3.45 pm, "My state Manipur is burning. Please help." In this tweet, he has shared a photo of arson in Manipur tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister's Office, Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.     In Manipur, violence was brought under control with the help of army and armed forces. The help of the army and armed forces was sought by the state government on the night of 3 May, following which the army along with the state police intervened late in the night to control the situation and the violence was brought under control by morning. About 4,000 villagers were given shelter in the premises of the army, armed forces and the state government in different districts. At the same time, a flag march is being done to keep the protest under control.    Let us tell you that on Wednesday, a march was called by the All Tribal Students Union (ATSU) to oppose the demand of including the Meitei community in the ST category. Violence broke out in Churachandpur during this march.    Police fired tear gas shells  The police officer told that thousands of protesters participated in this rally. During this, there were reports of violence between tribals and non-tribals in Torbang area. Tear gas shells were also fired to disperse the crowd. According to the official, apart from Imphal West, Kakching, Thoubal, Jiribam and Bishnupur, curfew has been imposed in tribal-dominated Churachandpur, Kangpokpi and Tengnoupal districts. Along with this, internet services were suspended in the entire state for five days with immediate effect.    Against inclusion of Meitei in ST  The student organization said that the state leaders are openly supporting the demand of Meitei and tribal interests should be collectively protected. The Meitei community lives in the hill districts of Manipur. It has been claimed on behalf of the community that they are facing hardship due to large-scale illegal immigration of Myanmarese and Bangladeshis.   What did the Manipur government say?  On behalf of the Manipur government, it has been said that Internet services have been stopped for five days due to the clash between youth and volunteers of different communities. The All Tribal Students' Union (ATSU) had organized a rally to protest the demand for inclusion of Meitei/Meitei in the ST category.


India : Violence broke out in Manipur after a tribal student union called a march against the inclusion of the Meitei community in the ST category. After which curfew was imposed in many districts and now internet has been suspended for five days in entire Manipur.

On May 3, a students' organization protested against the demand to include the Meitei community in the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category in Manipur. Violence broke out during this tribal agitation, after which curfew was imposed in several districts and internet services were suspended for the next five days across Manipur. Indian woman boxer Mary Kom sought help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi by tweeting.  

Mary Kom tweeted late at around 3.45 pm, "My state Manipur is burning. Please help." In this tweet, he has shared a photo of arson in Manipur tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Prime Minister's Office, Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.   

In Manipur, violence was brought under control with the help of army and armed forces. The help of the army and armed forces was sought by the state government on the night of 3 May, following which the army along with the state police intervened late in the night to control the situation and the violence was brought under control by morning. About 4,000 villagers were given shelter in the premises of the army, armed forces and the state government in different districts. At the same time, a flag march is being done to keep the protest under control.  

Let us tell you that on Wednesday, a march was called by the All Tribal Students Union (ATSU) to oppose the demand of including the Meitei community in the ST category. Violence broke out in Churachandpur during this march.  

Police fired tear gas shells 
The police officer told that thousands of protesters participated in this rally. During this, there were reports of violence between tribals and non-tribals in Torbang area. Tear gas shells were also fired to disperse the crowd. According to the official, apart from Imphal West, Kakching, Thoubal, Jiribam and Bishnupur, curfew has been imposed in tribal-dominated Churachandpur, Kangpokpi and Tengnoupal districts. Along with this, internet services were suspended in the entire state for five days with immediate effect.  

Against inclusion of Meitei in ST 
The student organization said that the state leaders are openly supporting the demand of Meitei and tribal interests should be collectively protected. The Meitei community lives in the hill districts of Manipur. It has been claimed on behalf of the community that they are facing hardship due to large-scale illegal immigration of Myanmarese and Bangladeshis. 

What did the Manipur government say? 
On behalf of the Manipur government, it has been said that Internet services have been stopped for five days due to the clash between youth and volunteers of different communities. The All Tribal Students' Union (ATSU) had organized a rally to protest the demand for inclusion of Meitei/Meitei in the ST category.  




Afghan Foreign Minister will discuss bilateral relations with Pakistan today  Muttaqi is visiting Pakistan at a time when relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan are strained due to border clashes.     The statement of the Foreign Office of Pakistan has said that Afghanistan's Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi is arriving in Islamabad today i.e. Friday on a four-day visit. All areas of bilateral relations will be discussed during his visit.  According to Arab News, Motaqi is banned from traveling and buying weapons under long-standing UN Security Council sanctions, and his assets are frozen.  However, a UN committee on Monday agreed to allow the foreign minister of the Taliban administration to travel to Pakistan from Afghanistan to meet the foreign ministers of Pakistan and China.  Muttaqi is visiting Pakistan at a time when Pak-Afghan relations are strained due to border clashes between Pakistan and Afghanistan and Pakistan's concerns about the presence of Pakistani Taliban or Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in Afghanistan. are growing  The outlawed TTP has stepped up attacks in Pakistan since November last year after a 'fragile ceasefire' brokered by the Afghan Taliban ended.  Pakistan's Foreign Office said in its statement that 'Acting Afghan Foreign Minister will visit Pakistan from May 5 to 8, 2023.'  The Foreign Office further said that the Afghan delegation will include Acting Minister of Trade and Industry Haji Nuruddin Azizi, senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Transport and Trade of Afghanistan.  According to the Foreign Office: 'During the visit, both sides will review all aspects of bilateral relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan, including political, economic, trade and ties in the fields of peace and security and education.'  Apart from the bilateral meetings, the Afghan Foreign Minister will also participate in the fifth China-Pakistan-Afghanistan Trilateral Foreign Ministers' Dialogue to be held on May 6, in which Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang will also participate.  Both Chinese and Pakistani officials have said in the past that they would welcome Taliban-led Afghanistan into the multibillion-dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) infrastructure project that is part of the Belt and Road Initiative.  Afghanistan is an important geographic, trade and transit route between South and Central Asia. He owns untapped mineral resources worth billions of dollars. The Taliban took power in August 2021 after the withdrawal of US-led foreign forces at the end of the 20-year war.  According to the British news agency Reuters, according to the letter written to the 15-member committee of the Security Council, Pakistan's mission to the United Nations requested that Amir Khan Muttaqi "meet the foreign ministers of Pakistan and China" between May 6 and 9. Exemption should be granted.  However, the request did not specify what issues the ministers would discuss in the meeting. It said that Pakistan will bear all the expenses of Amir Khan Muttaqi's visit.  A committee of the Security Council last month also allowed Amir Khan Muttaqi to visit Uzbekistan to attend a meeting of foreign ministers of Afghanistan's neighboring countries to discuss urgent peace, security and stability issues.  UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened a two-day meeting in Doha on Monday with various countries' special envoys on Afghanistan, aimed at "talking with the Taliban," UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said. There is mutual consensus within the international community.'  He said that important issues like human rights, especially the rights of women and girls, inclusive governance, anti-terrorism and drug trafficking will be discussed in this closed-door meeting.  China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Pakistan, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uzbekistan, European Union and The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is participating, while the Taliban administration has not been invited to the Doha meeting.  In this regard, the spokesman of the Afghan Taliban, Sohail Shaheen, said yesterday that any meeting is ineffective without the representatives of the Afghan government.  Sohail Shaheen, head of the Taliban's political office in Doha, said: "Any meeting without representatives from the Islamic Emirates, which is the main party to the problem, is ineffective and sometimes counterproductive."  He further said that it is the legal right of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan to be given an opportunity to clarify its position in such meetings.  "How can the decisions taken in such a meeting be accepted or enforced when we are not part of the process."  According to Sohail Shaheen: 'This is discriminatory and unjustified.' Meanwhile, according to Pakistan's official news agency APP, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said on Thursday that Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang will visit Pakistan from May 5 to 6. He will participate in the foreign ministers of China, Afghanistan and Pakistan talks.  Mouning said that this will be Gong's first visit to Pakistan. He said that the foreign minister's visit is an important part of the recent widening of ties between Beijing and Islamabad.  During his visit to Pakistan, the Chinese foreign minister will meet with Pakistani leaders and co-chair the fourth strategic dialogue between the foreign ministers of China and Pakistan along with his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.  The spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that 'Cheng Gong will directly discuss the relations between the two countries and the global and regional situation in detail.'  The spokesman added that Beijing and Islamabad are permanent strategic partners and close friends. The strong friendship between the two countries has been going on for a long time.

Afghan Foreign Minister will discuss bilateral relations with Pakistan today

Muttaqi is visiting Pakistan at a time when relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan are strained due to border clashes.


The statement of the Foreign Office of Pakistan has said that Afghanistan's Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi is arriving in Islamabad today i.e. Friday on a four-day visit. All areas of bilateral relations will be discussed during his visit.

According to Arab News, Motaqi is banned from traveling and buying weapons under long-standing UN Security Council sanctions, and his assets are frozen.

However, a UN committee on Monday agreed to allow the foreign minister of the Taliban administration to travel to Pakistan from Afghanistan to meet the foreign ministers of Pakistan and China.

Muttaqi is visiting Pakistan at a time when Pak-Afghan relations are strained due to border clashes between Pakistan and Afghanistan and Pakistan's concerns about the presence of Pakistani Taliban or Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in Afghanistan. are growing

The outlawed TTP has stepped up attacks in Pakistan since November last year after a 'fragile ceasefire' brokered by the Afghan Taliban ended.

Pakistan's Foreign Office said in its statement that 'Acting Afghan Foreign Minister will visit Pakistan from May 5 to 8, 2023.'

The Foreign Office further said that the Afghan delegation will include Acting Minister of Trade and Industry Haji Nuruddin Azizi, senior officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Transport and Trade of Afghanistan.

According to the Foreign Office: 'During the visit, both sides will review all aspects of bilateral relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan, including political, economic, trade and ties in the fields of peace and security and education.'

Apart from the bilateral meetings, the Afghan Foreign Minister will also participate in the fifth China-Pakistan-Afghanistan Trilateral Foreign Ministers' Dialogue to be held on May 6, in which Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang will also participate.

Both Chinese and Pakistani officials have said in the past that they would welcome Taliban-led Afghanistan into the multibillion-dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) infrastructure project that is part of the Belt and Road Initiative.

Afghanistan is an important geographic, trade and transit route between South and Central Asia. He owns untapped mineral resources worth billions of dollars. The Taliban took power in August 2021 after the withdrawal of US-led foreign forces at the end of the 20-year war.

According to the British news agency Reuters, according to the letter written to the 15-member committee of the Security Council, Pakistan's mission to the United Nations requested that Amir Khan Muttaqi "meet the foreign ministers of Pakistan and China" between May 6 and 9. Exemption should be granted.

However, the request did not specify what issues the ministers would discuss in the meeting. It said that Pakistan will bear all the expenses of Amir Khan Muttaqi's visit.

A committee of the Security Council last month also allowed Amir Khan Muttaqi to visit Uzbekistan to attend a meeting of foreign ministers of Afghanistan's neighboring countries to discuss urgent peace, security and stability issues.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres opened a two-day meeting in Doha on Monday with various countries' special envoys on Afghanistan, aimed at "talking with the Taliban," UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said. There is mutual consensus within the international community.'

He said that important issues like human rights, especially the rights of women and girls, inclusive governance, anti-terrorism and drug trafficking will be discussed in this closed-door meeting.

China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Pakistan, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uzbekistan, European Union and The Organization of Islamic Cooperation is participating, while the Taliban administration has not been invited to the Doha meeting.

In this regard, the spokesman of the Afghan Taliban, Sohail Shaheen, said yesterday that any meeting is ineffective without the representatives of the Afghan government.

Sohail Shaheen, head of the Taliban's political office in Doha, said: "Any meeting without representatives from the Islamic Emirates, which is the main party to the problem, is ineffective and sometimes counterproductive."

He further said that it is the legal right of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan to be given an opportunity to clarify its position in such meetings.

"How can the decisions taken in such a meeting be accepted or enforced when we are not part of the process."

According to Sohail Shaheen: 'This is discriminatory and unjustified.'
Meanwhile, according to Pakistan's official news agency APP, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said on Thursday that Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang will visit Pakistan from May 5 to 6. He will participate in the foreign ministers of China, Afghanistan and Pakistan talks.

Mouning said that this will be Gong's first visit to Pakistan. He said that the foreign minister's visit is an important part of the recent widening of ties between Beijing and Islamabad.

During his visit to Pakistan, the Chinese foreign minister will meet with Pakistani leaders and co-chair the fourth strategic dialogue between the foreign ministers of China and Pakistan along with his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

The spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that 'Cheng Gong will directly discuss the relations between the two countries and the global and regional situation in detail.'

The spokesman added that Beijing and Islamabad are permanent strategic partners and close friends. The strong friendship between the two countries has been going on for a long time.


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