Manipur: ‘Giving you some time or else we will take action’, CJI Chandrachud said this is absolutely unacceptable, the video is very disturbing

The opposition has demanded a discussion on the issue of Manipur violence in the Monsoon Session of Parliament beginning today.

A video of two women being paraded naked on the road by a mob amid the ongoing violence in Manipur is going viral on social media. This incident is being told of May 3. According to reports, the victims belong to the Kuki-Jomi community. After the video surfaced, there has been a lot of ruckus on this shameful incident. Taking cognizance of this incident, the Supreme Court said that the video of two women being paraded naked in Manipur is really disturbing. Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has asked the government to act on it.

CJI says this is absolutely unacceptable. It is absolutely wrong to use women as a tool in the field of communal strife. This is the biggest misuse of constitutional misuse. The CJI further said that we are deeply troubled by the videos that have come to the fore. If the government will not act, we will.

Government should take action – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court said that the time has come for the government to actually step up and take action. This is absolutely unacceptable in a constitutional democracy. This is very disturbing. The Supreme Court asked the Center and the Manipur government to tell it what action they have taken to bring the culprits to book.

The case will be heard next Friday

The Court observed that the visuals shown in the media show grave constitutional violation and violation of human life by using women as instruments of violence, which is against constitutional democracy. The Supreme Court ordered that the Center and the State inform the court about the steps taken. The Supreme Court has fixed the next hearing of the case on next Friday.


Shameful! Two women stripped naked and paraded on the road in Manipur, video goes viral

PM Modi breaks silence on Manipur incident

Speaking on the incident in Manipur before the monsoon session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the incident which has come to the fore in Manipur is a shameful incident for any civilized society. How many others are the culprits, they are at their place but the whole country is being insulted. I urge all the Chief Ministers to further strengthen the law and order situation in their states. To protect our mothers and sisters, the harshest steps were taken.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the recent viral video of brutality with two women, Manipur Chief Minister N. Spoke to Biren Singh. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that there will be a discussion on this subject and someone or the other will answer on behalf of the government.


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