Manipur governor Anusuiya Uikey had a series of interactions with women bodies, security personnel and political leaders to resolve the crisis in the state.
Uikey met representatives of Khwairamband Ima Keithel Joint Co-ordinating Committee, a body of women vendors of the iconic all women market of Imphal at Raj Bhavan on July 4.
The women representatives appraised the governor about the prevailing situation in the aftermath of the ethnic clash between the two communities that started on May 3 at Churachandpur. They requested the governor to restore peace and tranquility in the state and to make arrangements to return the displaced people who have been taking shelter in different relief camps of both valley and hills districts to their respective places.
Governor advised them to extend their fullest cooperation to the security forces who are discharging their responsibilities to contain the situation and restore normalcy in the state.
Governor reiterated that the state has been experiencing untold miseries for the last two months which are really affected in all spheres.
Governor Anusuiya Uikey said that she has already kept informed the prime minister about the fateful incident and requested to extend all possible help to restore peace and normalcy in the state.
Uikey also discussed this prevailing situation with Th Meinya Singh, ex-member of parliament, Lok Sabha.
The governor informed him of the common programme of actions already taken up/proposed to be taken up by the central and state governments to bring peace and tranquility in the state at the earliest.
Commander, 25 BRTF, Colonel Atul Kumar called on the governor and appraised her of the progress of work of fencing of Indo-Myanmar border and the further work of fencing.
The governor advised the commander to get the work expedited mainly to contain the illegal activities in the border areas as well as sneaking of insurgents and anti-social elements into the state from neighbouring countries.