US “Horrified” By Manipur Video, Says It Backs Centre’s Justice Efforts

PM Modi has famous that such violence is shameful in any civilised society, the US official stated


The US is “shocked and horrified” by the video of an excessive assault on two girls in Manipur and helps the federal government’s efforts to hunt justice for them, a senior Biden administration official has stated.

The video displaying two girls being paraded bare and molested by a bunch of males on Could 4 in Kangpokpi district surfaced on July 19, attracting condemnation countrywide.

“We had been shocked and horrified by the video of this excessive assault on two girls in Manipur. We convey our profound sympathies to the survivors of this act of gender-based violence and help the Indian Authorities’s efforts to hunt justice for them,” Vedant Patel, Deputy Spokesperson of the State Division, advised reporters in response to a query at his each day information convention Tuesday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi famous that such violence towards girls is shameful in any civilised society, Patel stated.

“And as we’ve got beforehand acknowledged, we encourage a peaceable and inclusive decision to the violence in Manipur and encourage authorities to answer the humanitarian wants and defend the lives and property of all teams,” he added.

In his first public feedback on the scenario in Manipur, Prime Minister Modi final week expressed ache and anger over the incident, saying it has shamed 140 crore Indians and asserted that the responsible won’t be spared even because the Congress termed his remarks “too little, too late”.

Greater than 160 individuals have misplaced their lives, and a number of other have been injured since ethnic violence broke out within the state on Could 3, when a ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was organised within the hill districts to protest towards the Meitei group’s demand for Scheduled Tribe (ST) standing.

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