BJP Manipur Unit Wrote a Letter to Party Leader J.P. Nadda, Flags ‘Public Anger’
“Sharda Devi, Ch. Chidananda Singh, and six other party officials signed a letter to Nadda, stating that “public anger and protests are slowly turning the tide, placing the sole responsibility for this prolonged disturbance on the government’s failure to address the situation.”
The leaders demanded the immediate resettlement of displaced people to their “original places of residence,” emphasizing that “our party at the state level is also playing a crucial role in managing this new development,” and stating, “we know our government is working day and night to restore normalcy in the state.” The party also emphasized the needs of the populace, particularly the prompt restoration of “uninterrupted traffic flow along the national highways.”
The state unit also called for ex gratia payments to be made to the families of those slain in the ethnic conflict, in addition to the promised compensation for those whose homes were destroyed.
Furthermore, it recommended the effective application of Suspension of Operations ground rules, with any violations treated as “acts of terrorism.”
The state unit urged Party Leader J.P. Nadda to “completely eradicate all poppy cultivation,” “establish a joint monitoring committee for continuous vigilance,” and “notify the Union Home Ministry for the early completion of the drive to record the biometric data of illegal immigrants to facilitate the prompt implementation of the NRC.”
This letter, which comes a day after armed mobs attempted simultaneous attacks on the homes of a BJP MLA in Imphal West and the family residence of Chief Minister N. Biren Singh in Imphal East, requests a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”
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