To examine the ongoing ethnic unrest in Manipur, Home Minister Amit Shah called a meeting of all parties. Political figures from a variety of parties, including Conrad K. Sangma, the chief minister of Meghalaya, J. P. Nadda, and John Brittas, a member of the CPI-M, were present at the conference. The Home Minister had pleaded for peace and issued a threat of harsh punishment against the perpetrators of the violence during his four-day visit to Manipur in May. After the meeting, DMK MP Tiruchi Siva, who said that the Manipur crisis was a failure of both state and federal governance, criticised the Central government for its handling of the matter.
HM said : “It is not law and order breakdown to be controlled by police and army or Assam Rifles. It is a failure of the governance in the state and the union government.”
Speaking about the all-party meeting, Siva said: “We expressed our concern about the incidents that have been going on in Manipur for the past more than 50 days. Hundreds have been killed, thousands injured, and around 60,000 were displaced. The situation is getting worse and worse there.”
The Home Minister simply listened to each and every one of us, the DMK MP said. He assured us that he was taking care of the situation and urged us to put our faith in him to bring about peace. All he said was, “Trust me. Siva lambasted the prime minister for expressing no concern. This is more saddening, he said. A judicial commission will look into the violence in Manipur, the Home Minister declared on 1 June. Anusuiya Uikey, the state governor, is the chairperson of the Peace Committee, which the central government established on 10 June with the goal of facilitating negotiations between rival parties in order to return society to normalcy.