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Miscreants set fire to Union Minister's house in Imphal, also threw petrol bombs

Imphal/ In the latest incident of violence in the northeastern state of Manipur, the house of a Union minister was torched. It was told by the Manipur government that the mob set fire to the Kongba residence of Union Minister of State for External Affairs Rajkumar Ranjan Singh late on Thursday night. It is a matter of honor that the Union Minister was not at home at the time of the incident. Earlier, some miscreants had set a minister's house on fire in Lamphel area of ​​Imphal West on Wednesday. Nemcha Kipgen is a minister in the BJP and the state government. Kipjen is a member of the Manipur Legislative Assembly from Kangpokpi constituency since 2017.
The developments came after two houses were torched and clashes broke out between the Rapid Action Force of Manipur and a mob in the heart of Imphal city on Thursday afternoon. Officials said the mob roaming the city late Thursday night also clashed with the security forces.
What did Minister Rajkumar Ranjan Singh say in his statement Said?
Minister of State for External Affairs Rajkumar Ranjan Singh told news agency ANI that I am currently in Kerala for official work. Thankfully no one was injured at my Imphal home last night.
He said, I am in Kochi and not in my state (Manipur). I had built my house with great effort. I am saddened to see my home being attacked and did not expect such an attitude from the citizens of my state. Rajkumar Ranjan Singh further said, I was told that there was fire in the house but people did not allow the fire engine to reach there. It feels like an attack on my life. This shows that law and order is over in Manipur and the present government has failed to create peace. I have told the Prime Minister and the Home Minister.

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