Welcoming them in the party, BJP general secretary and the party's pointsman for the northeast Ram Madhav said there is no threat to the Biren Singh government in Manipur now.
The BJP-led government had won the trust vote by a comfortable margin of 28-16 on August 10 and the six Congress leaders had submitted their resignation from the Assembly soon after it.
They cited the lack of trust in the leadership of O Ibobi Singh and said that due to him, the Congress failed to form the government even when it was the single largest party in the state.
The strength of the 60-member Manipur House was reduced to 53 after the Speaker had disqualified four members under the anti-defection law while three BJP MLAs resigned from the House in June.
The slain jawans were Pranay Kalita from Assam, Ratan Salam from Manipur, and Methna Konyak from Nagaland. The injured were admitted to a military hospital in Imphal.
A mother of four kids, the police officer said she wanted to ensure a better future for the children of Manipur stating that their present and future are her biggest priorities and concerns.
Himanta Biswa Sarma parried a query if there could be a change of leadership in the state.
Laibi said it was not entirely money but a sense of compassion that made her drive a long distance in the hills at night to take a young nurse to her home.
Biren Singh said returnees testing negative for novel coronavirus will be allowed to be home quarantined.
As many as 1,140 stranded Manipuris on Wednesday returned to the state in a special train from Chennai and have been placed under institutional quarantine for 14 days.
Ostensibly to mount pressure on Speaker Y Khemchand, the opposition Congress on Saturday announced that it would file a disqualification petition in the Supreme Court against the seven MLAs.