Opposition Submits Memorandum to President, Demands PM’s Parliament Address on Manipur

New Delhi: The INDIA opposition bloc submitted a memorandum to President Droupadi Murmu, urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make a statement in Parliament on the Manipur issue. They also demanded the Prime Minister’s visit to the strife-torn state to restore peace.

The memorandum, signed by 31 opposition leaders, highlighted the communal tension in Haryana’s Nuh and accused the Central government of neglecting developments just 100 km away from the Prime Minister’s Office.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge addressed the media, stating that the delegation, which included MPs who visited Manipur, briefed the President on the situation in the state.

The opposition bloc urged the President to push for an urgent address by the Prime Minister in Parliament about the prevailing situation in Manipur, followed by a comprehensive discussion on the matter.

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