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    The Union Minister for Development of North Eastern Region, G Kishan Reddy, has asked the warring groups in Manipur to maintain peace. He stated that the Central government is ready to talk and settle the issue. Reddy also mentioned that the Centre withdrew three Farm Laws when agriculturists demanded the repeal of the controversial regulations because it is not adamant when it comes to people’s welfare.

    The riots broke out in Manipur between the Meitei community and the Naga and Kuki tribes over the demand of the former for Scheduled Tribe status. However, life started getting back to normal under the watchful eyes of army drones and helicopters deployed for aerial reconnaissance as curfew was relaxed on Sunday in parts of Manipur.

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    The Supreme Court will hear a batch of pleas on the Manipur situation on Monday, including one by a ruling BJP MLA challenging the high court order on the issue of Scheduled Tribe status to the Meitei community and a PIL by a tribal outfit for an SIT probe into the violence that rocked the northeastern state last week. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices PS Narashima and JB Pardiwala is scheduled to hear the matter.

    The clashes between Meiteis and tribals started in Churachandpur district last Wednesday. The tribals are opposing reservation to the Meiteis following the March 27 Manipur High Court order that asked the state government to send a recommendation to the Centre within four weeks on the demand for ST status by the Meitei community.

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