Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Duhoma appeals for imposition of President’s Rule in Manipur, says situation not improving – India TV Hindi

Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Duhoma - India TV Hindi

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Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Duhoma

Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Duhoma has demanded imposition of President’s Rule in Manipur. He said that the situation in Manipur is not improving. Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the 71st Plenary Session of the North East Council in Shillong, he said that the issue should be resolved through dialogue between the Government of India and tribal leaders. He said that violence has been going on in Manipur for many months. In view of the deteriorating condition of the state, there is a need to impose President’s rule.

Will help the asylum seekers.

He said that the people of Manipur who have taken refuge in Mizoram are Indians. The Indian Constitution provides that they can settle anywhere in the country. We will take care of them till the situation returns to normal in the state of Manipur. Asked if the Center needed to intervene, the Chief Minister replied in the affirmative. He said that if there is any problem anywhere in the country, it is the responsibility of the Ministry of Interior to intervene. There should be a solution between the tribal leaders and the state government. The Ministry of Interior should be contacted for this.

Refugees coming to Mizoram from Myanmar

“People are fleeing from Myanmar and coming to us for refuge,” he said. Myanmar soldiers keep asking for asylum, we send them by air. About 450 military personnel were sent back. He said that refugees seeking asylum within Mizoram are not treated differently but are treated like their brothers.

The PM gave this advice.

Lalduhoma said on his Instagram page that the PM has advised him to propose a more uniform system of Inline Permits (ILP). More than 38,000 Myanmarese have taken refuge in Mizoram since a military coup in February 2021. Another 1,000 people also came to Mizoram from the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. The former Mizoram government led by the Mizo National Front (MNF) had opposed the Centre’s order to deport Myanmar refugees while allowing them to seek refuge in the state.

Manipur violence

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