Manipur News Case of Two Women Being Stripped and Paraded in Manipur

Manipur news viral video: A disturbing incident has come to light in Manipur, where two women were stripped and paraded. The government has taken a stern stance on the viral video circulating on social media and has issued orders to remove the video from platforms. They have also directed people not to share the video. Manipur news viral video

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The Manipur government has taken strict action in response to the case of two women being stripped and paraded. They have ordered Twitter and other social media platforms to remove the video. The government has emphasized the need for these platforms to comply with the laws. The investigation into the matter is ongoing, and anyone associated with the incident should refrain from sharing the video on social media. Manipur news viral video

The Incident on 4th May: Manipur news

The video in question has caused tension in the hilly regions of Manipur, where two women were seen being paraded naked. According to reports, the incident took place on 4th May, and both women belong to the Meitei community, while those responsible for the act are from the Kuki community. The Indigenous Tribal Leaders’ Forum has demanded action against the culprits. Manipur viral video

Case Filed for Rape and Murder: Manipur viral video

Police have registered a case of abduction, gang rape, and murder against unknown miscreants at the Nongpok Sekmai police station in Thoubal district. Manipur viral video

Inhuman Incident: Smriti Irani

The Minister for Women and Child Development, Smriti Irani, called the incident inhuman after the video surfaced. She has spoken with the Chief Minister regarding the matter and assured that a thorough investigation will be conducted. She also expressed her commitment to bringing the culprits to justice.

Understanding the Entire Controversy:
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Manipur has witnessed an outbreak of ethnic violence since the 3rd of May, resulting in the loss of over 150 lives, with many others injured. The Meitei community, being a Scheduled Tribe (ST), has made demands, leading to clashes between the Kuki and Meitei societies. The Meitei population constitutes about 53% of Manipur’s population, primarily residing in the Imphal Valley, while the tribes, including Nagas and Kukis, account for 40% and mainly reside in the hilly districts. Manipur news viral video

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