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Supreme Court demands a new status on the ongoing violence in Manipur

Following a 42-day summer break, the Supreme Court requested a detailed status report from the Manipur government on steps taken to reduce ethnic violence in the state, as well as actions taken for rehabilitation camps for those who have been affected by violence and are homeless, force deployment, and the law and order situation.

A bench led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud was hearing petitions regarding the violence in Manipur, including one from an NGO asking Army protection for the minority Kuki tribals and action against parties attacking them.

The Supreme Court was informed by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who was speaking on behalf of the Federal Government and the State of Manipur. Aside from civil police, he added, “Manipur Commandos, companies of CAPF, 114 columns of the army, and Manipur Rifles are there.”

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