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Rs.101.75 crore relief package for displaced people: MHA

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Imphal, June 9, 2023: As per DIPR, the situation in Manipur remained peaceful and under control with no major incident of violence reported in last 48 hours in Manipur.

In order to provide relief to displaced people in Manipur, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has approved Rs.101.75 crore relief package. During his Manipur visit last week, Union Home Minister had directed Government of Manipur to send a request to MHA for relief package for displaced people.

In Manipur, during last 24 hrs. 27 arms, 245 ammunitions and 41 bombs in Porompat Police Station jurisdiction of Imphal East district and one arms and 2 bombs in Bishnupur districthave been recovered. A total of 896 arms and 11,763 ammunitions and 200 bombs of different kind recovered till date.

Curfew relaxation has been made for 12 hours in 5 valley districts and 10 hrs and 8 hrs. in neighboring hill districts. There is no curfew in six other hill districts.

Movement of essential items along NH-37 is ensured. 294 empty vehicles have left Imphal for Jiribam today. A total of 220 loaded vehicles have left Noney and 198 loaded tankers and trucks have left Jiribam today.

Senior officers have visited and camping in vulnerable areas. Strict security measures are taken up in all vulnerable areas. Further, combined team of State and Central forces have intensified combing operations in many parts of the state.

Hon’ble Ministers and MLAs of the state are visiting different areas of state and appealing for peace and normalcy by meeting public at large and CSOs. Security forces are also organizing meetings with CSOs, village heads of different villages and making appeal for peace and normalcy, besides doing their duties of area domination, patrolling.(DIPR)

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