GUWAHATI : Amit Shah on Thursday appealed to people in Manipur to maintain peace and promised that justice will be ensured to all sections of society. Shah announced his intention to visit the northeastern state to assist in resolving problems while laying the cornerstone for the National Forensic Sciences University’s eleventh national campus, which would be located in the Changsari neighbourhood of Kamrup district. “Before I visit Manipur soon and stay there for three days, both factions should end their mutual hatred and suspicion of one another and make sure that peace has been restored in the state, he said. Shah, though, insisted that “people must hold a dialogue to ensure peace in the state. “The Centre will make sure that everyone who suffered during the conflicts that erupted in the state receives justice. The home minister made reference to the establishment of the NFSU campus here and claimed that this will ensure employment prospects for all students who successfully complete these courses. His statement that “The Centre was seeking to bring law reforms to make forensic expert site visits required for offences that carry sentences of more than six years in prison” is supported by the evidence. Classes will start this academic year at the temporary campus housed within the Gauhati Medical College Hospital (GMCH), with the first and second phases of the NFSU campus expected to be finished in 2026 and 2030, respectively. Shah also unveiled the Assam police’s interactive website portal, known as “Seva Setu,” which was created in partnership with the Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL) and will allow users to file missing person reports, fill out online forms for tenant, paying guest, and domestic help verifications, and file FIRs without going to a police station.