1. In Imphal, Manipur, a tragic attack on April 27 claimed the lives of two CRPF personnel.
2. Inspector General Akhilesh Prasad Singh conveyed profound grief over the incident.
3. He highlighted the extensive deployment of CRPF personnel in the region in recent times.

Imphal, April 28: In Imphal, Manipur, the CRPF is in mourning after a tragic attack on April 27 resulted in the loss of two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel.

Inspector General Akhilesh Prasad Singh expressed deep sorrow over the incident, emphasizing the significant deployment of CRPF personnel in the region over the past year.

This attack, the first on their remote camp, underscores the dangers faced by security forces in the area. Singh pledged to swiftly apprehend the perpetrators and ensure that justice is served.

Addressing the media, Singh condemned the anti-national and anti-social ideologies behind such attacks, expressing hope for their eventual dissolution. He also acknowledged the diverse sources of weapons used by militants, including locally made, imported, and looted arms.

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Meanwhile, Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh strongly denounced the attack, characterizing it as an act of cowardice against dedicated security personnel.

He emphasized the unwavering commitment of these forces to uphold peace and stability in the state. Singh assured the public that the sacrifice made by the fallen soldiers would not be forgotten, reaffirming the government’s resolve to combat such acts of violence.

In a public statement, Singh reiterated his condemnation of the assault, extending condolences to the families of the deceased CRPF personnel.

He underscored the critical role played by security forces in safeguarding the nation’s integrity and pledged full support to efforts aimed at restoring peace and security in Manipur.