By – Prakarsh Kastwar

Four suspects who were detained on Thursday in relation to a video that went viral on Wednesday were given an 11-day police detention sentence on Friday.

The Manipur Police have arrested another suspect in connection with a viral video that went viral on Wednesday, showing two women paraded naked and sexually attacked by a mob in strife-torn Manipur.

Four suspects who had been detained on Thursday in connection with the crime were placed in 11-day police custody on Friday.

The social media video, which depicted two women being paraded naked and assaulted in Manipur’s Kangpokpi, has caused widespread indignation around the nation and in Parliament during the current monsoon session.

Latest updates on Manipur video case and violence:

  1. Yumlembam Nungsithoi Metei, 19, has apparently been named as the fifth suspect, according to police.
  2. The people of Manipur have been urged by the administration not to trust rumors. People can validate the spread of “unfounded” films by calling the “rumor free” helpline number (9233522822). The state administration pleaded with the populace to turn in the stolen weapons, ammo, and explosives to the local law enforcement or security forces.
  3. According to India Today, new violence erupted in Imphal as a result of female protestors blocking both lanes of a major road in the Ghari district. It stated that during the protests, the female protesters set tires on fire, which prompted law enforcement to intervene.
  4. Derek O’Brien, a member of the Trinamool Congress, claims that the Bharatiya Janata is impeding Parliamentary business and has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to start a debate on the Manipur issue in either the Rajya Sabha or the Lok Sabha. Since the start of the Monsoon session on July 20, both Houses of Parliament have been paralyzed by opposition party protests over the situation in ethnically violent Manipur and a May 4 video showing two women being paraded in the state bare.
  5. Smriti Irani, a Union minister, claimed in Mumbai that the opposition leaders are aware of the delicate nature of the Manipur viral video issue and its ramifications for national security.

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