Moreh aid
Source: The Sangai Express

Imphal, June 20: The newly established Coordination Committee for Peace and Normalcy in Manipur have distributed relief to the families affected by the recent spate of violence at Moreh, reports our correspondent.

Moreover, medical camps are also being organised for the affected people.

On the first day of the medical camp at Old Hospital, Moreh altogether 236 people were examined and treated.

The patients were also given free medicines according to their needs.

Many more people were also treated on the second day of the medical camp at Kondong Lairembi ground.

On the other hand, an interaction programme of all communities of Moreh was held at the Community Care Centre, here yesterday.

The community leaders participating in the interaction programme acknowledged certain weaknesses on their part in averting and containing the recent crisis at Moreh.

Had the community leaders taken up some positive action on time, the unfortunate event could have been avoided, they rued.

They also conveyed their gratitude to all civil organisations who provided relief material and organised medical camps for the people of Moreh.

The Coordination Committee for Peace and Normalcy in Manipur has also provided 40 bags of rice and 4 bags of sugar to the community leaders of Moreh.