Caught on Camera: BSF Jawan Molests Woman at Imphal Grocery Store; Suspended
On Tuesday, an official from New Delhi’s Border Security Force (BSF) stated that a soldier had been suspended after being accused of abusing a local lady at a grocery store in troubled Manipur last week.
Head constable Satish Prasad, dressed in his combat gear and carrying an INSAS gun, was caught on camera reportedly abusing a woman, and the video quickly went viral online.
On July 20, there was an incident in Imphal.
An official with the BSF stated that the event was reported on July 20 in the Imphal West area. The paramilitary force investigated the accusation, and the trooper was suspended the same day the report was received.
In Manipur, a distressing incident was captured on CCTV camera, revealing men in uniform @Spearcorps , who are meant to safeguard the civilian population, openly harassing young girls in a departmental store during broad daylight. This raises a significant question regarding the… pic.twitter.com/FGHgI4mWfU
— TWADDLE (@THETWITSORM) July 24, 2023
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A judicial investigation of the chief of police’s actions has begun.
The officer reported that a Court of Inquiry had been opened against the chief constable of the 100th battalion of the force, which had been deployed to the state as a temporary security unit in the wake of the ethnic unrest in the northeastern part of the country.
He assured them that the event would be investigated thoroughly and that the BSF has a zero-tolerance policy for such behavior.
Since May 3, when a ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ was organized in the hill districts to oppose the Meitei community’s desire for Scheduled Tribe (ST) status, more than 160 people have been killed and numerous injured as a result of ethnic violence in Manipur.
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