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Making concerted efforts to bring back peace to Manipur: BSF ADG Eastern Command Sonali Mishra

First Published: 5th January, 2024 16:34 IST

In an exclusive conversation with Northeast Live, BSF ADG Eastern Command Sonali Mishra hoped that normalcy will come back to the state soon.

At a time when the government as well as other stakeholders are making concerted efforts to restore peace in Manipur, the BSF too is playing a vital role to make sure that permanent peace prevails in the state that has seen violence since May 3 last year.
In an exclusive conversation with Northeast Live, BSF ADG Eastern Command Sonali Mishra hoped that normalcy will come back to the state soon. Presently, the BSF is deployed in 9 districts of Manipur for maintaining law and order.
The Eastern Command BSF ADG said, “We as a border guarding force was given a mandate by the GoI and we were deployed for the law and duties here (in Manipur). We are working under the overall supervision of the Unified Command headed by the Adviser. Right now the BSF is deployed in 9 districts, there are 79 companies. So the strength has increased.”
Eastern Command BSF ADG Sonali Mishra maintained that the BSF has always helped people who sought assistance during times of trouble.
Mishra said, “And we ensure that we maintain peace and harmony in places where the BSF is deployed in a very fair manner. Not only that wherever the help is required by the local people wherever the BSF is deployed, we provide that also. Our aim is that peace and law and order should come back soon in Manipur.”



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