The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has written to the Manipur DGP, directing it take cognizance and file an FIR against three persons — CPI(M) Politburo member Subhashini Ali, Tarun Bharatiya of Meghalaya, and Kamaludeen M from Tamil Nadu — for posting photographs of a minor that they alleged was involved in the incident on May 4in which two women were paraded naked.
In its letter to DGP Rajiv Singh, the Commission noted that it has received a complaint “pertaining to the disclosing of the identity of a boy aged 14 years”.
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“Furthermore, it has been informed to the Commission that these individuals were involved and can be seen in the recent video of the horrendous incident from Manipur… (and) dissemination of pictures of the minor has caused mental trauma…’’ the NCPCR wrote.
The Commission’s chairperson, Priyank Kanoongo, stated: “There will be an FIR filed against these three individuals. Subhashini Ali’s post has threatened the security of the child. As a former MP, at least she should have been aware before posting a minor’s photographs. Moreover, the child was not only not involved in the incident, he wasn’t even in the district at the time of the incident.”Also ReadNarendra Modi Independence Day Speech Live Updates: India now identified ...Govt SOP for Judges: Do not name officials for court panelsShivaji statue vandalised in Goa, police initiate inquiry‘Will return to Red Fort next year’: In Independence Day speech, PM Modi ...
The NCPCR wrote: “Keeping in view sensitivity of the matter…prima facie, it appears to be violation of Article 21 of the Constitution, Section 75 of the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015, Section 66E of the Information and Technology Act, 2000, and other relevant provisions of law.”© The Indian Express (P) Ltd
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