Manipur Violence: AFSPA extended as protests continue over students’ killing incident

Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you that recently Manipur has been making headlines on the internet because of its Violence news. Manipur Hill areas were again placed under the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act or AFSPA which was developed for six months, barring 19 police stations dropping under the Imphal Valley and an area that shares its border with neighboring Assam. Currently, this news has been making headlines on the internet as many people are very curious to know about the whole information about the news. In this article, we will try to cover all the information about the news.

Manipur Violence

As per the report, Mobile internet services have been stopped for five days in Manipur. The curbs will remain influential in the state till 7.45 pm on 1 October 2023. Uncounted students in Imphal took to the street on 26 September 2023. Many students gained and produced a protest in Imphal seeking justice for the two Meitei students, who went missing on 6 July- during the peak of ethnic violence in the state. Since the news came on the internet many people are shocked as no one thought that it would happen. Scroll down to the next page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.

This incident came after many photos of the deceased bodies of two missing students who were Meitei teenagers. They seemed on the internet who were reportedly killed by suspected Kuki militants. In the pictures, one shows the two students’ dead bodies, while the other one shows them sitting in fear with two armed guys in the background. currently, Manipur incidents making headlines on the internet as this news has been gaining a huge attention from the people. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so read the article till the end.

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As far as we know, India inflicted a curfew in the capital and a few places in its restive state of Manipur on Thursday, after scores of students were wounded in violence following protests against the alleged kidnapping and murder of two students. Ethnic violence has dropped the northeastern state framing Myanmar into what numerous deposit specialists describe as an earnest civil war fought over land, jobs, and political clout between its two largest local groups. Here we have shared all the information that we had. Stay tuned to us for more updates.

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