In response to a video showing an alarming situation in Manipur, Arvind Kejriwal urges the Prime Minister to pay attention to the matter and take necessary action.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal condemned the parading of two women naked in Manipur, which was shown in a video surfaced on May 4. He urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pay attention to the situation in the state and take strict action against the culprits responsible for this heinous act. Kejriwal expressed his concern over the worrying situation in Manipur and emphasized that such criminal tendencies should not be tolerated in Indian society.

AAP MP Raghav Chadha also criticized the BJP-led state government’s silence on the matter and questioned the focus on action against Twitter while the perpetrators of the crime remain free.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) issued a statement expressing condemnation for the horrifying ordeal the people of Manipur are facing. The viral video showed the two women being paraded naked and molested by their captors after the entire village was burnt down, and the women were gang-raped.

The AAP requested the Prime Minister’s intervention in Manipur, expressing disappointment in the inaction of both the State and Central governments. They offered their willingness to assist in any manner deemed fit by the Central government.

The party also urged citizens not to share the gruesome video and to speak up against such sickening acts without aggravating the plight and humiliation of the helpless women in Manipur.

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