Rahul Gandhi Urges Peace in Manipur Amid Ongoing Tragedy

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi visits Manipur for the third time, expressing disappointment over the lack of improvement in the situation. He calls for peace and pledges to support the people, urging the government to act.

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By A Staff Reporter

Imphal, Manipur: Congress MP and Lok Sabha Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi has made his third visit to Manipur since the onset of the crisis, expressing disappointment over the ongoing turmoil and lack of significant improvement in the situation.

"It's the third time I have come here since the problem started and it has been a tremendous tragedy," Rahul Gandhi stated. He visited the camps, listened to the people's pain, and aimed to build their confidence.

"I was expecting some improvement in the situation but I was disappointed to see that the situation is still nowhere near what it should be," he noted. Rahul Gandhi emphasized the need for peace, highlighting the severe impact of violence on families and properties.

"The State is completely split in two and it is a tragedy for everybody involved. I want to tell all the people of Manipur, I come here as your brother, I come here as somebody who wants to help you, who wants to work with you to bring back peace in Manipur," he added.