The MHRC has directed the Director General of Police and Social Welfare director to monitor drug de-addiction centres in the state.
The Manipur government has imposed 10-day total curfew with effect from July 18 to curb Covid-19 surge in the state.
Public gatherings are limited to 50 per cent of seating capacity with strict adherence to COVID-19 Appropriate Behavior.
Altogether, a sum of Rs 14,400 was collected from the violators by the Manipur Police.
In Manipur, at this critical point of the pandemic, the common people's behaviour will determine the trajectory of Covid-19.
The chief minister also announced that the frontline workers would be covered with a life insurance scheme till 2021.
The commission has asked authorities to submit the action taken report on or before September 29.
Many Tamenglong-Imphal passenger vehicles were seen carrying jam-packed passengers, disregarding all COVID-19 prevention measures and safety guidelines.
The masons came to the state to resume construction work of the state BJP office located at Nityaipat Chuthek, Imphal.
The student bodies, including All Manipur Students Union, Manipur Students Federation, Democratic Students Association Manipur, Kangleipak Students Association, Students Union of Kangleipak and Apunba Imagi Maheirol Sinpanglup on Sunday opposed the SOP for the asymptomatic passengers as it could pose problem between the returnees and the locals.