Manipur: Roshibina Devi breaks down while talking about strife-torn state

Recently the Roshibina Devi name has come on the internet and it has been trending on social media platforms. Roshibina Devi is a very talented girl who recently won the silver medal in Wushu at the Asian Games. She had to additionally deal with the worry for the security of her family in the strife-torn Manipur. Since her name came on the internet it circulated on many social networking sites. Now thousands of people are very curious to know about her and why she broke down when she talks about a strife-torn state. In this article, we will try to complete information about the news.

Roshibina Devi

Roshibina Devi’s full name is Naorem Roshibina Devi and on Tuesday she achieved the silver medal at the Asian Games 2023 in Wushu. After winning a silver medal in the Wushu competition under the 60kg women’s category, she dedicated the medal to the people in her state. An overpowered Roshibina could not stop herself from crying in front of the media because her tears expressed her happiness but also her worry for her family members living in Manipur. You are on the right page for more information about the news.

Roshibina said ” None of my immediate family members or relatives is influenced by the violence but our village has been on the boil for nearly five months. Manipur has been on the edge since May. Anything can occur anytime, So  I am anxious about my mom & dad and siblings”. It was very tough for Silver medallist to not think about Manipur, her flaming state caught in an apparently endless cycle of racial brutality. It was hard not to worry about her family. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

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Roshibina Devi earned the goal of winning in Wushu, even though she enhanced her performance from the earlier Asian Games. But, she was constantly anxious and distressed about the safety and security of her parents and family. “Anything can occur anytime,” the 22-year-old informed PTI after succeeding a silver on Thursday. In faraway China, an emotional Roshibina can not honor the achievement. For four months everyone around Roshibina tried to protect her from the daily fight for survival her family was going through in the violence-hit Manipur. Because more than 180 people were killed and multiple hundred since ethnic violence broke out in Manipur on 3 May. Here we have shared all the information that we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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