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After Manipur, Meghalaya also Erupted in Violence

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The government has insisted that the Meitei people living in Manipur, which is located in the northeastern part of India, should be included in the ST caste category. The Kuki National Organisation is a conglomeration of various armed groups of the Kuki people , were protesting against this, and terrible violence broke out on both sides. To bring this under control, the Government of India implemented Article 355.

Following the issue of reservation, the riots broke out in Manipur, and now in Meghalaya, there was a big conflict between these two parties. The riot took place at Nongrim Hills near Miso Morton School in Meghalaya. Information has been released that 16 people have been arrested and 4 people have been killed.

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