One Year of Manipur Violence

For almost a year now, Manipur has been torn apart by ethnic violence. Hundreds have died, and thousands have been displaced, with their future still uncertain. We, at The Quint, have tried to present every facet of the conflict in the northeastern state since the day it started – be it the plight of the victims or the state of the relief camps or clashes between the people and the security forces.


Now, as Manipur votes for the two Lok Sabha seats starting 19 April, and with the one-year mark of the violence approaching right after on 3 May 2024, The Quint is going back to ground zero in pursuit of facts, untold stories, and the truth.


Apart from the risks involved in reporting from a conflict-ridden area, such reports require both time and resources. You can support us by becoming a member – and help us in our endeavour.

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