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Deciphering The Manipur Crisis


By Dr. Amrita Singh, Assistant Professor at KLE College of Law, University of Mumbai.*


Abstract


An ethnic conflict erupted in Manipur on May 3, 2023, the north-eastern state of India amongst the Meitei, and Nagas and Kukis. More than 70 people were killed and hundreds were injured in the violence. It started in Churachandpur district, where the All Tribal Student Union Manipur (ATSUM) organised a "Tribal Solidarity March" to express opposition to the Meitei community's receiving reservations. To re-establish law and order, the Indian Army airlifted close to 10,000 soldiers and paramilitary forces. The state's internet services were shut down for a week, and Section 144 of the Indian Penal Code was used. The Indian soldiers were instructed to "shoot on sight" in order to impose the curfew in "extreme cases".

 

* The author is NET-JRF, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at KLE Society's KLE College of Law, Navi Mumbai which is affiliated to University of Mumbai.

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Journal Details
Abbreviation: NLR 

ISSN:   2582-8479 (O)

Year of Starting: 2020

Place: New Delhi, India

Accessibility: Open Access

Peer Reviewer: Double Blind

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