CM N. Biren Singh’s initial reaction came following the insurgent attack on the security convoy

Manipur: It has been over a year since the violence began in the northeastern state of Manipur. However, there has been no major drop in violence thus far. On Monday, insurgents attacked Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh’s advance security convoy. Following this attack, news broke that a soldier had been hurt. Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh has also issued a statement regarding the incident.

According to reports, the Chief Minister’s security convoy was headed for the violent Jiribam area. The terrorists were waiting in an ambush in Kangpokpi district and assaulted the Chief Minister’s security vehicle as it was heading towards the violent Jiribam district. During this raid, a soldier was hurt. Several rounds were fired at the security forces’ vehicles, prompting the security forces to react.

Following the militant attack, Manipur Chief Minister Biren Singh has stated that he will take strong measures. Biren Singh stated that this is really terrible and exceedingly condemnable. This is a direct attack on the Chief Minister and people of the state. As a result, the state government will need to take action. He stated that we’d chat with our colleagues and make a choice.

Regarding this event, a police officer stated that the driver of a car in the convoy was shot in the right shoulder and was transferred to Imphal Hospital. A search effort has been launched to locate the gunman. Previously, suspected militants set fire to two police stations, a forest department office, and at least 70 homes in Jiribam on Saturday.


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