Mallikarjun Kharge advises sacking incompetent CM to control ongoing violence in Manipur News.

On Wednesday, Congress Chief Mallikarjun Kharge criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his handling of the ongoing violence situation in Manipur. Kharge called for the removal of the BJP’s perceived ‘incompetent’ Chief Minister, accusing the BJP of transforming Manipur into a battleground and alleging that violence against women and children had become a weapon.

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Taking to social media platform X (formerly Twitter), Kharge posted, “For 147 days, the people of Manipur have been enduring suffering, yet PM Modi has not found time to visit the state. The shocking images of students being targeted in this violence have deeply shaken the entire nation.”

He continued, “It is now evident that violence against women and children has been weaponized in this conflict. The once-beautiful state of Manipur has been turned into a battlefield, all due to the BJP.”Kharge concluded his statement with a call for action: “It’s high time PM Modi removes the BJP’s incompetent Manipur Chief Minister. This would be the first step in controlling any further turmoil.”

The Congress party has consistently criticized the BJP-led central government for its handling of the Manipur violence issue, questioning why the prime minister has not personally visited the state.

In a separate development, photos of two students who had been missing since July 2023 surfaced on social media platforms. The deceased teens were identified as Hijam Linthoingambi, aged 17, and Phijam Hemjit, aged 20. The images showed the duo in what appeared to be a makeshift jungle camp.

The state government has pledged to take “swift and decisive” action against those responsible for the abduction and murder of these two students. Authorities have called for public restraint and urged citizens to allow professionals to conduct the investigation. Local police are collaborating with central security agencies to uncover the full details of this tragic incident.

The violence in Manipur has been ongoing since May, following a high court directive that advised the state government to consider including the non-tribal Meitei community in the list of Scheduled Tribes (ST), sparking ethnic clashes. Over 170 people have lost their lives in the unrest, with many others sustaining injuries.

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