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In the wake of ethnic clashes resulting in the displacement of nearly 50,000 people, official data from the state social welfare department reveals that among them, there are 12,694 children residing in relief camps across Manipur. Shockingly, 100 of these children are experiencing severe trauma and are in need of professional counseling. The social welfare department has mobilized a team of qualified medical practitioners and child psychiatrists who are volunteering to provide expert counseling to those deeply affected. According to Ng Uttam Singh, director of the social welfare department, these severely traumatized children are being identified and taken to professional counselors. The hope is that their number does not increase, and these children can return to a state of normalcy soon. As Mr. Singh points out, the trauma may not manifest immediately but could surface after a week or even a month.

Delhi’s Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader, Arvind Kejriwal, took a sarcastic dig at the central government, led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), regarding its consideration of holding simultaneous elections for the Lok Sabha, state assemblies, municipalities, and panchayats as part of the ‘one nation, one election’ initiative. A high-level panel, chaired by former President Ram Nath Kovind, has been established to explore the feasibility of implementing this proposal. Speaking at an event in Haryana, Kejriwal questioned the rationale behind such a move, pondering what an ordinary citizen would gain from ‘one nation, one election.’ He asked whether conducting hundreds or thousands of elections would bring any substantial benefits.

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