I was standing in the House but no one said why are you standing? Know what Jaya Bachchan said on Manipur video


The incident with women in Manipur has put humanity to shame. The case is being condemned all over the country. Meanwhile Manipur Police has become active. Police have arrested one of the main accused in the video of the May 4 incident in which two tribal women were paraded naked and molested by a mob in a village in Senapati district.

The reaction of the leaders is continuously coming on the matter. SP MP Jaya Bachchan said that this happened in the month of May but no one said a word for sympathy… I was standing in the House but no one said why are you standing? This is very sad. What is happening in UP, what is happening with women in the whole country. Half of the things are not told. These people talk about fifty percent women. He said that the video was such that I could not watch it. It is less to be condemned.

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal said about the matter that there are very important issues, Manipur is a serious issue. Flood is a big issue in Punjab, the farmer’s income has ended and the state government does not care. The Chief Minister is preparing for next year’s Lok Sabha elections while sitting in Bengaluru.

Women are being raped: Kharge

Here, Maharashtra Congress chief Nana Patole said that instead of humanity in Manipur, the BJP created savagery, the entire blame for this goes to PM Modi. Rahul Gandhi went there and gave the message of love to the people, but there is a BJP government there and they have replaced humanity with brutality. We will demand that Narendra Modi should resign because when Manipur was burning, he was not ready to speak anything on it and was roaming outside. At the same time, Congress President in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge said in Parliament that Manipur is burning.. Women are being raped, they are being paraded naked and PM Modi is silent and he is giving statements outside.

#WATCH This is the incident of May month but no one said a word for condolence. I was standing in the House but no one said why are you standing? This is very sad. What is happening in UP, what is happening with women in the whole country: SP MP Jaya Bachchan, Delhi pic.twitter.com/Io5yGecFTP

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What did Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh say

Meanwhile, Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh said that he would ensure strict action against all the accused and would also try to get the death penalty. Soon after the video of the incident surfaced on Wednesday, several police teams were formed and the person said to be the alleged main conspirator was arrested from Thoubal district. The concerned accused is prominently visible in the 26-second video.

Manipur has double engine government: JDU

On the matter, Janata Dal United (JDU) attacked the BJP government at the Center and Manipur and said that despite having a double engine government, this northeastern state has been burning for more than two months. Regarding a video of Manipur going viral, JDU President Rajeev Ranjan Singh said that this is an incident which embarrasses the humanity of this country. It is seen in the video that two tribal women were paraded naked by the mob. Not only this, he molested them.

President’s Rule imposed in Manipur

On the Manipur incident, Aditya Thackeray said that the viral video of Manipur is very sad. Man or woman, no one should be treated like this in India. All this is going against India. President’s rule should be imposed in Manipur by dissolving the state government.

The incident in Manipur is a shame on the civilized society: PM Modi

PM Modi reacted to the incident of two women being paraded naked in Manipur. Expressing his anger, he said that this incident is shameful for any civilized society and the culprits of this cruel incident will not be spared. Before the commencement of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, the Prime Minister spoke to the media and assured the countrymen that the law would strictly follow one step after another in this matter. The culprits of what has happened to the daughters of Manipur can never be forgiven.

The Supreme Court called it a gross violation of human rights

The Supreme Court on Thursday said it was “deeply disturbed” by the video of two women being stripped naked and paraded in Manipur and termed it “completely unacceptable in any constitutional democracy”. A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice PS Narasimha and Justice Manoj Mishra took cognizance of this video and ordered the Center and the Manipur government to take immediate action. It said that using women as weapons to perpetrate violence in a tense environment is totally unacceptable and these scenes show a gross violation of the Constitution and human rights.

In Manipur, two women were stripped naked and made to run on the streets, the main accused arrested, the government strict on the video

Tension in the hills of Manipur

It may be noted that since this video of May 4 surfaced on Wednesday, tension has prevailed in the hilly areas of Manipur. It is seen in this video that some people from the opposing side are making two women of a community go naked. The Supreme Court, while hearing several petitions on the violence in Manipur, had earlier said that it should not be used as a platform to escalate tensions in the state and asked both ethnic groups to exercise restraint during the court proceedings Was.

When did the violence start in Manipur

Let us tell you that since the ethnic clashes between the majority Meitei community living in the Imphal Valley and the tribal communities living in the mountainous areas in Manipur started on May 3, more than 150 people have died in the violence. The Meitei people form about 53 percent of Manipur’s population and live mostly in the Imphal Valley, while the tribal communities—the Naga and the Kuki people—make up 40 percent and live mostly in the hill districts.


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