Manipur Video Actress and Rajya Sabha member Jaya Bachchan shared her thoughts on the recent events in Manipur with the press. A video that had been filmed months earlier in Manipur showed two tribal women being paraded nude and assaulted by a gang of males. Jaya stated she felt ‘ashamed’ and could not finish watching the video. Kiara Advani and Soni Razdan want justice, while Sonu Sood has spoken out about the footage from Manipur Video.
A clip of Jaya Bachchan in Manipur video
“I felt so bad, I couldn’t see the entire video,” Jaya said to the Hindi news agency ANI. Because of this, I felt terrible humiliation. Even though this occurred back in May, word of it is only now spreading online. However, no one has expressed any kind words of condolence. The safety of women is at stake here. But you make claims such, “We’ve assembled a panel of experts with gender parity in mind.” After that, she said, “Hanthi ke daat hai (This is like Elephant’s teeth).”
It’s quite aggravating,” she said. There’s always something new occurring in the world of women. Yogi Adityanath Ji never fills the people of UP in on the goings-on in the state. Where do women stand in our nation right now? What a source of shame. It’s a terrible tragedy.
The Manipur video with Anupam Kher
Actor Anupam Kher, meanwhile, tweeted about the same video. He added his voice to the chorus of celebrities who have spoken out against the attack, including Akshay Kumar, Soni Razdan, Sonu Sood, and many more.
The event involving the two ladies in Manipur Video is disgusting,” Anupam added. To put it mildly, I am fuming. I am pleading with the state and federal governments to ensure that those guilty for this crime face harsh consequences. A punishment so severe that it would make future generations flinch at the mere thought of it.
Manipur Video Incident: Reactions
The incident’s viral video has caused widespread indignation online. Chief Minister Biren Singh has said that the primary suspect was apprehended around 1.30 a.m. yesterday. This, he said, “is a crime against humanity that no human being can commit.” As soon as we became aware of the situation, we began working to identify and apprehend those responsible.
My thoughts and prayers are with the two ladies who were the victims of the disturbing video that leaked online yesterday. As soon as the video became viral, the Manipur Police took Suo-moto cognizance of the situation and moved swiftly to make an arrest. We are conducting a comprehensive investigation and will take firm action against all of the criminals, including exploring the possibility of the death penalty. Let it be clear, such horrific deeds have no place in our society,” he had tweeted before.