N Biren Singh, the chief minister of Manipur, praised the Indian Army for safely returning the Indians, all of them were members of the Meitei community.
The Chief Minister N Biren Singh announced today in a post on X, previously Twitter, that more than 400 Indians who left the border town of Moreh in Manipur to neighboring Myanmar when ethnic violence erupted on May 3 have safely returned home.
Mr. Singh expressed gratitude to the Indian Army for bringing the Indians, all of whom were members of the Meitei community, safely home.
“Relief and gratitude as 212 fellow Indian citizens (all Meiteis) who sought safety across the Myanmar border following the May 3rd unrest in Moreh town of Manipur, are now safely back on Indian soil,” Mr Singh wrote in his tweet.
“A big thank you to the Indian Army for their hard work in bringing them home.” “I am grateful to Lt Gen. RP Kalita, GOC Eastern Command, Lt Gen. HS Sahi, and Col. Rahul Jain, CO of 5 AR, for their unwavering service,” the Chief Minister remarked.