Chargesheet reveals graphic details. Kuki women in the infamous disrobing video sought refuge in a police car; Manipur police refused to assist and drove them to the mob

Manipur Violence: According to the CBI charge sheet, the Manipur Police officers reportedly transported the two ladies from the Kuki-Zomi community, who had taken sanctuary in their official van, to a crowd of almost a thousand Meiti rioters in the Kangpokpi area.

According to the charge document, the two ladies were then stripped naked and exhibited before being viciously gang-raped amid the state’s ethnic unrest.

According to the charging document, a third lady who belonged to the same family was also assaulted by the crowd, who attempted to strip her but were unable to since the mother was holding her granddaughter closely. When the gang that was abusing her turned their attention to the first two victims who were being tortured in the paddy fields, she was able to flee.

The charging sheet claims that while all three victims asked for assistance from the police officers on duty, they received none.

The charge sheet said that when the ladies, one of whom was the wife of a war veteran from Kargil, pleaded with the police to take them to a safe place, they were informed that “there was no key” (of the car) and that they refused to assist.

Almost two months after the May 4 incident, in July of last year, a video of two women being paraded naked before a crowd of males went viral.

On October 16 of last year, the CBI appeared before the Special Judge of the CBI Court in Guwahati with its charge sheet against six suspects and a report against one child in conflict with the law (CCL).

The two ladies are said to have been fleeing from a crowd of between 900 and 1,000 people who were armed with AK rifles, SLRs, INSAS, and.303 rifles, among other advanced weaponry. According to the report, the mob destroyed and set fire to every home in their hamlet, B Phainom, located in the Kangpokpi region, about 68 kilometers south of the Saikul police station.

Ten individuals, including the three ladies, fled into the Haokhongching woodland in order to escape from the throng. The rioters who had divided the victims saw the ladies running into the forest with the other victims, trying to escape the crowd.

Three groups seized victims: the village head, another man, and his two daughters; another group took the third victim along with a grandchild; and a third group abducted two men and two females.

As they made their way to the Chakhama village, one of the two victims—who had been gang-raped and paraded naked—had to be carried by the family’s male members since she was not feeling well.

As other rioters from a nearby hamlet joined the gang and began beating the victims, the crowd became larger along the way.

According to the authorities aware of the event, some mob members advised the ladies to go to the police car that was stopped by the side of the road and ask for assistance.

The driver, two police officers, and the two ladies were inside the car when they were able to enter. There were three or four staff members outside the car.

When one of the male victims, who had also succeeded in getting into the car, repeatedly begged the driver to take them to a secure location, he was informed that “there was no key.”

One victim’s spouse had been a subedar in the Assam Regiment of the Indian Army.

The CBI has said that the police did not intervene to stop the crowd from attacking the father of the guy who was seated in the car.

The police gypsy’s driver approached and stopped the car in front of a group of almost a thousand people. The victims pleaded with the police officers to take them to safety, but they received no assistance.

According to the service, the two ladies and the father of one of the male victims who was seated in the van had already been slain by the crowd. The male victim in the case was later killed by bludgeoning as well.

Their corpses were dumped close to the settlement on the dry riverbed. When the police left the scene, leaving the victims at the mercy of the crowd, the aggressive mob moved towards the gypsy.

The graphic details included on three pages of the charging sheet describe how the rioters pulled the two female victims outside, stripped them of their clothing, and displayed them nude before beginning the sadistic attack and gang rape.

A gang of the rioters was dragging the third victim toward the main road where a police car was stationed, while the two ladies were being subjected to an inhumane sexual attack. She begged the cops to spare her spouse, but they would not hear her. According to the charging sheet, they “pushed her away” when she attempted to get into the police car.

She was fortunate that the rioters who were torturing her shifted their focus to another gang that was attacking two female victims and participating in the gruesome murder of two male victims.

It added that the mother rushed into another village with her granddaughter, who was “crying inconsolably,” only to be reunited with her family the next day in a Naga hamlet.

A report has been made against a juvenile, and the CBI has charged Huirem Herodas Meitei, Arun Kungongbam, Ningombam Tomba Singh, Yumlemban Jiban Singh, Pukrihongbam Surunjoy Meiti, and Nameirakpam Kiran Meiti.

The results of the investigation show that the accused people plotted with a sizable group of unidentified Meitei criminals to carry out a number of prearranged crimes, including violence, arson, sexual assault, and murder, with the clear intent to commit these crimes. The accused people were involved in ethnic conflicts between the Meiteis and Kukis.

The charging sheet said, “their deliberate actions, which included threats, violence, and various unlawful acts, were aimed at promoting enmity between different groups, specifically targeting victims from the tribal community.”

According to the CBI, the suspects have been charged under many sections of the Indian Penal Code, including those that deal with murder, gang rape, outraging a woman’s modesty, and criminal conspiracy.

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