Manipur chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh on Friday paid his respect to the three troopers of Assam Rifles who have been killed in an ambush close to Khongtal space within the state’s Chandel district on Thursday.
Chief Minister Biren Singh together with MLA L Sushindro (Khurai) led army officers in laying wreaths to the mortal stays of the troopers of four Assam Rifles on the Bir Tikendrajit Worldwide Airport on Friday morning.
Biren Singh stated there isn’t any place for violence in a democratic nation like India. Stating that the federal government wouldn’t stay a silent spectator and the perpetrators can be undoubtedly tracked down, he additionally appealed to the armed teams to shun violence and attain out for a political resolution.
He was chatting with reporters on the sideline of the ceremony.
The chief minister stated the federal government would attempt to present appropriate help to the households of the martyred central forces personnel belonging to Manipur and added that the matter can be put up in a cupboard assembly for dialogue.
He additionally met the members of the family of Ratan Salam, one of many three Assam Rifles troopers who was killed on Thursday, after the ceremony and expressed his condolences.
“The nation salutes their supreme sacrifice made within the highest traditions of the Pressure in service of the nation. On this hour of grief, the Assam Rifles stands agency in its solemn dedication to make sure the welfare of the households of the fallen troopers,” Assam Rifles stated in a press launch on Friday.
The three Assam Rifles personnel have been killed whereas 5 others sustained an harm in an ambush close to Khongtal space in Chandel district on Wednesday night. Later, Manipur Naga Folks’s Entrance (MNPF), Revolutionary Folks’s Entrance (RPF) and United Liberation Entrance of Asom-Impartial (ULFA-I) claimed accountability for Thursday’s ambush.