The Mizoram Pradesh Congress Committee on Wednesday expressed its sympathy for the seven people who lost their lives and suffered injuries in the Monday night violence in south Manipur’s Churachandpur town.
“The Congress hopes the state government and the affected people will soon amicably resolve the issue,” the Congress said in a statement.
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The party, which is in power in both Mizoram and Manipur, also appealed to political parties in Mizoram not to take advantage of the situation for political gains.
The Mizo National Front had on Tuesday condemned the Congress government in Manipur for passing three bills in spite of protests by tribal bodies.