One year has passed since Manipur was rocked by ethnic violence

2024 • 50min • News • National


Published On: May 03, 2024 - A year following the eruption of ethnic unrest, Manipur remains in a precarious state. While significant violence has not occurred in the past eight months, tensions persist with ongoing clashes between Meiteis and Kuki-Zomis, contradicting Chief Minister Biren Singh’s assertions of normalcy slowly resuming in the troubled regions. The wounds inflicted by the conflict are undeniably profound – with over 200 fatalities, families residing in refugee camps, and disturbing accounts of violence against women. On Point takes you through the ethnic conflict in Manipur and all the developments that have taken place since the conflict broke out.