Manipur: Shocking video of a man burnt alive surfaces, Opposition attack PM Modi

The Opposition on Monday reacted strongly after this horrific video surfaced on social media.

IMPHAL-   A shocking video of a man being burnt alive, surfaced in violence hit Manipur. However, the deceased has not been identified yet. The Opposition on Monday reacted strongly after this horrific video surfaced on social media.

In the 7 second video, a young man is seen burning alive. Only the feet of some peole are visible nearby. The sound of gunshots is also coming from the background of the video.

On the other hand, India Alliance, while posting a poster on X, has written that this video is from Manipur. The incident of a young man being burnt alive in Manipur is very sad and shameful. PM Modi is expressing grief about the neighbouring country but failed to save Manipur.

Watch Video- Manipur shocking video, man burnt alive

A large number of people are trolling the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tweet regarding the terrorist attack on Israel. People expressing their views on social media.

Lisipriya Kangujam, 12, from Manipur shared a video related to the Manipur violence, tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She wrote in his post, “This is not Israel or Palestine. This is a completely destroyed town of Meitei people of Churachandpur district destroyed by Kuki terrorists in Manipur. This is more horrifying than the dropping of 5,000 missiles. When you will speak for the justice of Manipur.

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The 12 year old Licypriya Kangujam is India’s youngest climate activist belongs to the Meitei community .

Earlier, responding to Prime Minister Modi’s condolence message on the news of attacks in Israel on the evening of October 7, Lisipriya had written, “Sir, what do you have to say about your own state Manipur? Do you have any respect for the people of Manipur? Not sympathetic but how does your heart go out to Israel? Myanmar terrorists have been attacking India for the last 5 months and have killed over 200 innocent people and displaced over 1,00,000 people. 40,000 since May. More than 100,000 children are out of school. How long will you remain silent? We want justice for Manipur!!!

Apart from that, a large number of people are sharing their views on social media regarding PM Modi’s tweet.

Explosion in front of minister’s house

The protesters are venting their anger on their ministers and are also targeting the ministers. In this series, a grenade blast took place near the gate of the house of Rural Development Minister Y Khemchand in Singjamei, Imphal West, Manipur late on Saturday night. A CRPF jawan was injured in this accident. He was admitted to a nearby hospital. Meanwhile, State Chief Minister Biren Singh reached the spot and took stock of the situation.

United Nations expressed concern

The United Nations has also expressed concern about the ongoing violence in Manipur. The United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHR) wrote on social media on Friday (October 6) – We are concerned about the threats being received by human rights activist Bablu Lithongbam, who spoke on the Manipur violence.

On October 5, a violent mob attacked the house of human rights activist Bablu Lithongbam. However, Bablu was not at home at the time of the attack. The mob had vandalized his house.

The United Nations Human Rights Commission held Meitei Lipuns and Arambai Tengol responsible for the incident. Also demanded the authorities to provide security to Bablu Lithongbam, his family and house.

People themselves are changing the names of districts in Manipur

Meanwhile, the Manipur government has warned that people should not arbitrarily change the name of any district or institution. Strict legal action will be taken against those who do so.

According to the notification issued by Chief Secretary Vineet Joshi, “Without the approval of the State Government, no one will knowingly change the names of districts, places, institutions or attempt to do so…” And if anyone does so, If found, strict action will be taken against him under relevant laws.

Let us tell you that the organization of zo community had changed the name of Churachandpur district of Manipur to ‘Lamka’. After that the government had to take this step.


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