MANIPUR: In a strong show of solidarity, Manipur Chief Minister N.K. The attack at Kha Khunou Ningthoukhong, Bishnupur District, claimed the lives of four innocent villagers who were brutally murdered on January 18 while tending to their farm. When President N.K. Addressing the media during his visit, he assured the affected families that the government was committed to provide all necessary assistance and would leave no stone unturned to arrest the culprits and to ensure that justice is done in accordance with the rules of procedure. The visit was part of a memorandum submitted by the Joint Action Committee against the brutal killing of four innocent farmers.
The committee spoke about the tragedy and called for swift action against the attackers. The bodies of those killed by Kuki militants in Ningthoukhong Kha-Khunou have reportedly been left unclaimed, with the militants reportedly demanding that certain conditions be met within 48 hours.
During his visit, the Chief Minister stressed the government’s determination to help these families in their time of need. Reiterating the government’s commitment to bring the guilty to justice. He urged the public to unite against such violence and assured that every effort would be made to trace those responsible.
In a serious move, the Chief Minister and officials provided financial assistance to the families of the victims. He further added, "At this critical juncture, I would like to assure the affected families that the government is committed to extending all necessary assistance in apprehending the perpetrators." them to ensure that justice is done."
As Manipur deals with the aftermath of this tragedy, the Chief Minister’s quick response and commitment to justice gives the affected families and the general public a glimmer of hope. The government’s commitment to tackling terrorism with contempt and helping victims in their time of need sends a strong message against such heinous acts.