Watch: Video of 2 women paraded nude surfaces from West Bengal’s Malda

Watch: Video of 2 women paraded nude surfaces from West Bengal's Malda

Five people were detained in Malda, West Bengal, on Saturday after a video surfaced of two women being beaten and half-nakedly paraded by local shopkeepers on suspicion of theft.

The incident occurred three to four days ago in the Pakuahat area of Malda and has caused widespread outrage. The women were reportedly apprehended by locals on suspicion of theft and then subjected to a brutal and violent assault.

The police are currently investigating the incident and have detained five people in connection with it. The authorities have also assured that the women will be given all necessary support.

This is a shocking and disturbing incident, and it is important that the perpetrators are brought to justice. The targeting of women in this way is unacceptable, and it is clear that more needs to be done to protect women from violence.

Highlights of the Malda incident

  • The women were reportedly beaten with sticks and belts, and their clothes were torn off.
  • The incident was filmed by a bystander, and the video has since been shared widely on social media.
  • The women have not yet been identified, and it is not clear if they have filed a police complaint.
  • The police have said that they are taking the incident very seriously, and that they will be taking all necessary action.

People are appalled by the video of two women being beaten and paraded naked in West Bengal’s Malda. This is a horrific act of violence and discrimination and should be condemned in the strongest possible terms.

The women in the video are clearly victims of abuse, and they deserve our compassion and support. I urge the authorities to investigate this incident and bring the perpetrators to justice.

This is not an isolated incident. Women in India are often subjected to violence and discrimination. According to a 2018 report by the National Crime Records Bureau, there were over 33,000 cases of crimes against women reported in India in 2017. This is a staggering number, and it is clear that more needs to be done to protect women in India.

We need to raise awareness of the issue of violence against women and challenge the stereotypes and attitudes that perpetuate it. We also need to provide support to women who have been victims of violence, and ensure that they have access to justice.

I hope that the video of the two women in Malda will serve as a wake-up call to all of us. We need to take action to end violence against women in India.