N Beren Singh tweeted on Saturday by posting a copy of the notice.

The curfew was imposed on May 3 in the wake of violent clashes that erupted between tribes and members of the majority Mete community in Manipur, displacing thousands of people and killing at least 54 so far.

The situation in Manipur is tense, but the Indian Army and the paramilitary forces remain under the control of the Indian Army, who work together to restore peace. Aerial reconnaissance was conducted in different areas on Saturday to closely monitor the situation.

Manipur CMN Birn Singh presided over an all-party meeting on Saturday to assess the situation. He convened a meeting of all political parties to discuss the current situation in Manipur and to work collectively for peace and stability in the state. Singh was quoted as saying during the meeting that it was decided to call for peace in the state, and to encourage all citizens to avoid any actions that might lead to more violence or instability. PTI According to him.

Amidst this tense situation, false rumors are circulating, fueling insecurity among the populace. The Assam Rifles Company in Jiribam received information on Saturday about militants possibly moving in a truck towards the city. A truck suspected of being stopped at the Jiripam and Taminglong border was stopped to find 51 locals hiding in it, who were trying to flee the violence-hit state. All the civilians were rescued safely to Cachar by the Assam Rifles forces.

The riots broke out Wednesday night after demonstrations organized by tribes, including the Kukis and Nagas, against a proposal to grant the majority Meitei community scheduled tribe (ST) status. The Meitei community accounts for 53% of the population in the state and most of them live in the Imphal Valley. The tribes, which account for 40% of the population and include the Nagas and Kukis, live mostly in the surrounding hill regions.

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