At Manipur On June 23, a fresh gunfight erupted between Urangpat and Gwaltabi, as reported by the Indian Army. Swiftly responding to the situation, armed miscreants unleashed a barrage of fire from their automatic weapons. However, their aggression was met with a firm and resolute counteroffensive by our own columns. Moreover, in light of the blocks set up by a women-led crowd in YKPI. Additional columns embarked on a determined cross-country journey by foot to efficiently cordon off the area.
With the indulgence of local leaders, certain blocks, initially established to prevent the movement of additional miscreants towards the area. Were partially lifted. This granted a safe passage for the miscreants and the mob to withdraw. Thereby prioritizing the maintenance of peace. These updates were promptly shared by the Indian Army on Twitter.
Notably, the area remains under vigilant surveillance by our own columns and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). This ensures a close monitoring of the situation at hand. It is essential to underscore that the control over the area is firmly maintained.
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Furthermore, additional columns have been inducted into the area. Actively engaging in joint operations against the armed miscreants. This concerted effort further underscores our commitment to upholding security and restoring stability in the region.
This evolving situation exemplifies the multifaceted nature of our operations. It is characterized by bursts of intense confrontations interspersed with strategic movements. The swift response and comprehensive approach employed by our own columns demonstrate our unwavering dedication to maintaining law and order. These developments significantly underscore the complexity of the security landscape. They also highlight our ongoing endeavors to establish enduring peace.”
However, swift action by Army and Rapid Action Force personnel led to their successful dispersal by 12:30 am today.Nevertheless, it is important to note that most districts in Manipur are experiencing a return to normalcy. This official statement from Manipur police was issued on Thursday, shedding light on the prevailing conditions.”