In the remote northeastern state of Manipur, which has been plagued by violence between members of different ethnic groups for more than a month, a crowd set a federal Indian minister’s home on fire, according to officials on Friday.

His residence in Imphal, the capital of Manipur, was vandalised and set on fire, according to the office of junior foreign minister R. K. Ranjan Singh.

An assistant to Singh in New Delhi stated that “fortunately none of the carers or family members were hurt in the attack on the house.”

Singh serves as a federal minister in the administration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Manipur’s state government is under the control of Modi’s party.

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