Manipur CM N Biren Singh has announced that the state government has initiated legal proceedings by registering an FIR against members of the Editors Guild. This action is in response to allegations that the Guild has been involved in activities that could potentially aggravate the ongoing tensions within the strife-torn region.
Chief Minister Addresses Concerns
Chief Minister N Biren Singh held a press conference in Imphal, the state capital, where he voiced his concerns regarding the Editors Guild’s actions. He specifically questioned the credibility of the Guild’s fact-finding team’s report on media coverage in Manipur.
Call for Ground Reality Assessment
During his press conference, the Chief Minister urged Editors Guild members to visit the affected areas and witness the ground reality firsthand. He emphasized the importance of engaging with representatives from all communities to gain a comprehensive understanding of the situation.
N Biren Singh issued a stern warning to the Editors Guild, urging them to base their reports on verified information and a thorough assessment of the ground situation. He criticized the Guild for potentially drawing conclusions based on limited interactions with specific sections of society.
The decision by the Manipur government to register an FIR against the Editors Guild reflects the state’s commitment to maintaining peace and stability in the region. The government has expressed its concerns about actions that could potentially lead to further unrest in Manipur.
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