Firing and Injuries in Manipur, Tension Remains

After miscreants fired unprovoked shots from Kanto Sabal towards Chingmang village on the intervening night of June 18, intermittent firing followed, hurting one army soldier in the process, according to sources.

Army columns used controlled retaliation fire while keeping an eye out for nearby people. One soldier was shot and required emergency evacuation before being transferred to Military Hospital Leimakhong.

According to current reports, his status is stable.

In the meantime, more columns have been added to the area, and collaborative operations are ongoing.

Nine people were previously reported dead and several more injured after thugs opened fire in Manipur’s Khamenlok hamlet, which is part of the Kangpokpi district. Additionally, a FIR was filed at the Imphal police station.

At roughly 6:30 PM on June 12th, the incident happened.

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According to the FIR, Jagat Thoundam, an advisor to the Indigenous People’s Front of Manipur, was the target of a complaint filed by VP Srivastav, Second-In-Command, Camp Command, HQ IGAR (S).

Additionally, criminals destroyed a number of homes in the village of Khamenlok, and several people were hurt in Gobajang, Tamenglong district.

of order to prevent a collapse of law and order, security personnel are still patrolling high-risk locations in the turbulent northeastern state, where the situation is very tense.

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