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Minister Kiren Rijiju calls for all out effort to catch the culprits in viral video

Minister Kiren Rijiju calls for all out effort to catch the culprits in viral video

Kohima, May 27 (NEx): The Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said that ‘there must be all out efforts by all State Police to catch the devils.’ Rijiju said this regarding the viral video of a girl being brutally tortured and sexually assaulted and also informed that the viral video is not related to the Jodhpur suicide case.

Taking to twitter, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, said that the viral video of a girl from North-East being brutally raped and tortured by 4 men and 1 women is not related to Jodhpur suicide case.

‘I had detail discussion with the Police Commisioner of Jodhpur, Rijiju said. However, there must be all out efforts by all State Police to catch the devils, he tweeted.

It is pertinent to note that a 25-year old Naga woman from Dimapur committed suicide in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur on May 23, 2021. She was found hanging in her rented accommodation at Jodhpur, The post-mortem report stated that the cause of her death was due to hanging.

However, the viral video was circulated, saying it’s related to the recent incident which happened in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur, where a 25-year old Naga woman has committed suicide.

Later, Additional Director General of Police, Delhi Police and Special Commissioner, Robin Hibu IPS informed that the sister of the deceased and the Police have verified the viral video, and confirmed that the video is not of the Naga Woman, who died of suicide in Jodhpur.

Meanwhile, The Assam police offers rewards for any information on the five (5) culprits who were seen brutally torturing a young girl in a viral video. Police also shared the pictures of those culprits seen in the video.