Manipur: Chief Minister Promotes Responsible Usage Of Social Media
Singh denounced the illegal actions and stated that the government "exists and it will not keep silent to undesirable happenings.
IMPHAL: N Biren Singh, the chief minister of Manipur, urged residents on Tuesday to utilise social media responsibly and to avoid exaggerating situations because doing so can cause a commotion.
The chief minister travelled to Tellipati in the Imphal East district where on Monday night, two communities got into a minor altercation over a land dispute regarding the construction of a temple, leading authorities to resort to using tear gas to calm things down.
"According to the CM, "a video of an incident where a tyre was burned was uploaded as a home being torched and necessary legal action will be taken up. The cybercrime section of the police has been alerted. "
"We are all Native Indians, and these villages have been here for a very long time. "We are one," "Said Singh.
Singh denounced the illegal actions and stated that the government "exists and it will not keep silent to undesirable happenings."
Unknown criminals broke into a nearby temple in the Tellipati area on Monday night and violently removed the gods, according to the police.
After burning tyres to block a thoroughfare in Tellipati in huge numbers on Monday night, one community provoked retaliation from another.
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The CM of Manipur explained how All people now rely on social media heavily since it gives them a way to interact with friends and family around the world.
And It's crucial to keep in mind that not every content shared on social media is suitable for general consumption so maintaining safety is a key to avoiding future uncertainties.