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MHA committed to find solution to Manipur situation, wants UNC to call off blockade

  MHA committed to find solution to Manipur situation, wants UNC to call off blockade In a reassuring tone for the public of the State in the wake of the economic blockade called by the United Naga Council, the Ministry of Home Affairs has issued that it is committed to finding a solution to the prevailing situation. The MHA has stated that the government of India expects the Naga organizations to withdraw the call of economic blockade and ban on national projects. In the aftermath of the two killed in police firing during a rally organized by the UNC to protest against the imposition of the 144 CrPC in Ukhrul, the UNC had imposed an indefinite ban on vehicular traffic along all State and National highways in Naga inhabited areas of the State from September 4 morning. According t...
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