ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-06-27
The Indian Army has urged people to support its efforts towards restoring peace and normalcy in violence-hit Manipur. The Army tweeted saying that the women activists have been deliberately blocking routes and interfering in the operations of security forces in Manipur. The tweet was also the first official confirmation of a rising new phenomenon in the violence-hit Northeastern state. The Army shared a 2-minute and 12-second-long video on Twitter highlighting such instances, including last week's standoff when the security personnel - after being surrounded by a women-led mob of around 1,500 people in Manipur's Itham village - had to release 12 men from the Meitei separatist group Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup to save civilians’ lives. “Women activists in Manipur are deliberately blocking routes and interfering in operations of security forces. Such unwarranted interference is detrimental to the timely response by security forces during critical situations to save lives and property (sic),” said a tweet by Spear Corps, Indian Army. “Indian Army appeals to all sections of population to support our endeavours in restoring peace. "Help us to Help Manipur (sic),” it added. The video is titled ‘Being humane is not a weakness’.
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