‘Manipur situation will take time to calm down’

Army Chief (Chief of Defense Staff or CDS) Anil Chauhan has opened up about the situation in Manipur state of India. He thinks it will take time for the situation to calm down completely.
Anil said, “We have done a great job and because of that many lives have been saved. But Manipur’s problems will not disappear overnight. It will take some time to fix. News: NDTV’s.

Meanwhile, the country’s Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited the state of Manipur, which has been hampered by conflict and violence. During this time he held a meeting with the conflicting parties. In the case of communal violence in Manipur, the central and state governments have jointly decided to provide financial assistance to the families of the victims. A one-time monetary compensation of Tk 10 lakh will be given to the families of the deceased. Besides, the government has also promised a job for one person in the family. The decision to provide financial assistance was announced after Chief Minister N Biren Singh’s meeting with Amit Shah.

He reached Manipur on a four-day visit on Monday night. Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla and IB Director Tapan Kumar Deka were also present. According to sources, Amit Shah finalized the issue of compensation in a meeting with the Chief Minister that night.

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