In a significant development, all four accused involved in the Manipur viral video case, which exposed the appalling mistreatment of two women from the Kuki-Zomi community, have been sent to 11-day police custody. The disturbing video, which surfaced on July 19, depicted the victims being paraded naked and subjected to sexual assault in the state.
The incident is reported to have occurred on May 4, just a day after ethnic clashes erupted between the Kukis and Meiteis in Manipur, leading to a staggering death toll of over 160 people and numerous others being injured. The video’s emergence has sparked outrage and demands for justice from various quarters.
With the accused now in police custody, authorities are actively investigating the case to bring those responsible to justice and shed light on the circumstances surrounding this heinous act of violence. The incident has also brought to the forefront the urgent need for measures to address ethnic tensions and foster harmony in the region. As the investigation unfolds, the public’s attention remains firmly focused on the pursuit of justice and ensuring that such atrocities never occur again in the state of Manipur.