Manipur Viral Video: Centre Warns Against Sharing Manipur Video; Says Matter ‘Under Investigation’

Day after social media was flooded with viral vidoe of two men being paraded naked and sexually assaulted in violence-hit Manipur, Governemt of India issued an order to Twitter and other social media platforms instricting against sharing the viral video.

The government has issued an order to Twitter and other social media platforms, instructing them not to share the viral video of the two Manipuri women being paraded nude. It is imperative for social media platforms to adhere to Indian laws as the matter is currently under investigation,” ANI reporetd citing government sources.

Smriti Irani takes note of manipur incident

Earlier, Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smriti Irani said that she has spoken to Manipur’s Chief Minister and assured justice in the matter.

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The horrific video of sexual assault of 2 women emanating from Manipur is condemnable and downright inhuman. Spoke to CM @NBirenSingh ji who has informed me that investigation is currently underway & assured that no effort will be spared to bring perpetrators to justice,” she tweeted.

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