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    The Manipur violence has caused a lot of uproar. Both the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha are upset about the issue. A group of opposition parties from the Grand Alliance India (INDIA) will now visit Manipur to see the situation for themselves.

    Syed Naseer Hussain, a Congress MP, announced that on July 29 and 30, a group of 21 MPs from 16 different parties will visit the violence-affected relief camps in Manipur. They will assess the situation and talk to the victims.

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    Hussain also said, “We want to show the people of Manipur that we support them. We will do everything we can to bring peace back to the region.” The India Alliance MPs will also meet with the Governor on July 30 at 10 a.m.

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    The delegation includes members from various political parties such as Congress, JDU, TMC, DMK, CPI, CPI(M), NCP, IUML, RSP, AAP, Shiv Sena, VCK, RLD, SP, and JMM.

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    Meanwhile, the CBI is speeding up its investigation into the viral video case in Manipur. The process of apprehending the accused has already begun. The Central Government has handed over the investigation to the CBI in the Supreme Court. Six FIRs have been filed in the case.

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