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Fresh violence in Manipur: Heavy firing underway in Imphal East

First Published: 27th February, 2024 19:20 IST

There is no confirmation of any casualties so far but the situation is extremely volatile and tense in the area

Heavy firing is underway in Imphal East, Manipur.

As per sources, the gunfight broke out a short while ago between two armed groups and still underway.

Firing is said to be near the residence of Additional SP Operations located in the Wakhei area of Imphal East.

Sources said that sound of gunshots can be heard from multiple locations.

There is no confirmation of any casualties so far but the situation is extremely volatile and tense in the area.

More details are underway.

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