Opposition bloc INDIA submitted a memorandum to President Droupadi Murmu over their demand for PM Narendra Modi's statement in Parliament on the Manipur issue. They also demanded that the prime minister visit the strife-torn state to restore peace. In the memorandum submitted to the President, 31 leaders of the opposition bloc also raised the issue of communal tension in Haryana's Nuh and alleged the Central government's negligence.
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The incident of two women being paraded naked came to light on May 4, then why did it take 14 days for the Manipur police to register the FIR", a SC bench led by CJI Chandrachud asked on July 31. Moreover, the court sought information on the current count of individuals arrested in connection. The proceedings occurred when the court reviewed a plea filed by the two victims.
The Monsoon Parliament Session witnessed a ruckus over the new Delhi Service Bill and the Manipur Viral Assault issue. Since the Parliament Session started, there has been major discussion over the Manipur Assault and Delhi administration and ordinance passed by the BJP-led Central Government. In the upcoming sessions, the Rajya Sabha would take up the Manipur Assault issue, after a no-confidence motion filed by the opposition in the session… read-more
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In the recent development, the Manipur Violence & assault survivors moved to the Supreme Court and filed a petition, demanding protection of their identities. According to sources, the Apex Court is scheduled to hear the plea filed by the survivors. The Top Court bench will also review the plea of the Central Government, demanding the trail of the May 4 Manipur Viral Video assault to be conducted outside violence-hit Manipur.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur came down heavily on the opposition delegation, for their visit to Maipur, after the viral Manipur assault. Notably, on July 28, a team of 16 members decided to visit Manipur. Reacting to it, the BJP leader and Union Minister Thakur said, "The visit is just an eyewash. The opposition alliance never spoke up when Manipur burned under previous government." The clashes over Manipur is still underway.
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The opposition party leaders decided to send a delegation to Manipur, in regard to the recently viral Manipur assault against women. Those travelling to Manipur include Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary, Gaurav Gogoi and Phulo Devi Netam from the Congress; Lalan Singh and Anil Hegde from JDU; TMC’s Sushmita Dev; Kanimozhi from the DMK; CPI’s Santhosh Kumar; CPI(M)’s AA Rahim; RJD’s Manoj Jha; Javed Ali Khan from the Samajwadi Party.
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In breaking news, the Union Home Ministry has decided to refer the viral Manipur Violence and sexual assault against two women to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI.) The decision was taken on July 27, after several hue-cry, ruckus created by the opposition leaders in the ongoing Monsoon Parliament session. Meanwhile, in the matter the northeastern police has made six arrests so far, and accused are yet to be arrested.
Opposition MPs’ protests on Manipur issue have led to Lok Sabha proceedings being adjourned till 2 pm on Thursday. The Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (I.N.D.I.A) MPs wore black clothes to Parliament to express their dissent over the situation in Manipur. Congress and other opposition parties want a thorough discussion on the Manipur situation and a statement from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The session will resume at 2 pm… read-more
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AAP MP Raghav Chaddha responded to th filmy dig of the BJP in musical style. After BJP's "Jhoot Bole Kauwa Kate" slam, Chaddha said, "Ramchandra keh gaye Siya se aisa kalyug aayega, hans chugega daana dunka kauwa moti khayega" Notably, the filmy rant started after MP Raghav blamed BJP in Manipur Violence, and demanded answers. AAP MP also claimed atrocities of BJP in the recent viral Manipur assault.
A head constable of the Border Security Force (BSF), caught sexually assaulting a woman on camera inside a grocery store in ethnic strife-torn Manipur last week, has been suspended by the border guarding force. A case has been filed against him. The footage from a CCTV camera inside the store shared widely on social media, in which constable Satish Prasad was assaulting a woman.