The Tripura unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has extended support to the people of violence-hit Manipur by sending relief materials. Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha flagged off a lorry carrying essential commodities, including food items, from the state BJP office. The relief items, weighing approximately 25 tons, will be handed over to the Manipur unit of the BJP. The assistance comes in the wake of ethnic violence in Manipur, which led to the establishment of temporary relief camps and the evacuation of Tripura students studying in the affected state.
The Tripura BJP unit has demonstrated solidarity with the people of Manipur by providing relief materials to assist them during their time of crisis. Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha flagged off a lorry carrying essential commodities, including food supplies, from the state BJP office. This gesture aims to alleviate the suffering of those affected by the violence in Manipur and offer support to the state’s BJP unit in their relief efforts.
According to Chief Minister Saha, approximately 25 tons of relief items have been sent to Manipur in the flagged-off vehicle. The intention is to deliver these essential commodities to the Manipur unit of the BJP, who will distribute them among those in need. This significant quantity of relief materials reflects the commitment of the Tripura BJP unit to stand with the people of Manipur and provide them with the necessary resources to cope with the aftermath of the violence.
Manipur has recently witnessed ethnic violence, leading to the establishment of temporary relief camps to provide assistance to affected individuals. In response to the situation, the Tripura government took prompt action to ensure the safety of around 250 students from Tripura who were studying in Manipur. The students were brought back to Tripura to protect them from potential harm and to provide them with a secure environment.
In a social media post, Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Tinku Roy expressed optimism about the gradual return to normalcy in Manipur. Although a significant number of people are still residing in relief camps, the situation is showing signs of improvement. The efforts to restore peace and tranquility in Manipur have been recognized and supported by Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha, who stands in solidarity with the people of Manipur during this challenging period.
The flagging-off event was attended by various dignitaries, including Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Dev Varma, Mayor of Agartala Municipal Corporation Dipak Majumder, Chairman of TIDC Nabadal Banik, BJP State General Secretary Papia Dutta, and others. Their presence signifies the collective support and commitment of Tripura’s political leaders towards aiding the people of Manipur.
The Tripura BJP unit’s initiative to send relief materials to the violence-hit state of Manipur demonstrates their solidarity and support for those affected by the recent unrest. By providing essential commodities, including food items, the Tripura BJP unit aims to alleviate the suffering of the people and assist the BJP unit in Manipur in their relief efforts. This gesture reinforces the importance of unity and support during times of crisis, showcasing the commitment of Tripura’s political leaders to stand with the people of Manipur and contribute to their well-being and recovery.