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SURRENDER WEAPONS OR FACE MUSIC, WARNS SHAH
Imphal: Amid tense situation prevailing in Manipur, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday announced that a committee led by a retired judge of the High Court will probe the situation in the violence-hit state.
Addressing media after a series of meetings during his four-day visit to northeastern state, Shah said that he visited the violence-hit areas in Manipur including Imphal, Moreh, and Churachandpur and held meetings with officials to establish peace in the State.
Shah also urged people to surrender arms & weapons. Strict action will be taken against those keeping unlicensed arms, he said.