SC to hear Manipur violence
SC to hear Manipur violence

After a week of intense violence, things are slowly getting back to normal in Manipur. On Monday, 11 districts in Manipur had their full curfew partially lifted.

Meiteis and tribals engaged in violent battles in the state over the demand to be classified as a Scheduled Tribe, which led to a worsening of the situation.

The Supreme Court has now taken up the case, and the hearing will take place today, or Monday. According to sources, Union Minister G Kishan Reddy stated that the federal government is willing to engage in discussions with the groups in Manipur to address their concerns in light of the violence in the state.

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