Assam Rifles Files Defamation Case Against Manipur Politician: Notice Issued

Assam Rifles Files Defamation Case Against Manipur Politician: Notice Issued. 

Assam Rifles takes legal action against Manipur politician Maheshwar Thounaojam for damaging their reputation. Get the latest updates on this case and the politician’s response to the notice

Assam Rifles files defamation case against Manipur politician, notice sent. A notice has been issued by the Assam Rifles against a politician from Manipur.

In fact, the Assam Rifles has sent a legal notice against a politician from Manipur for damaging the organization’s reputation and demoralizing the Central Armed Police Force.

The notice was served on August 18 to Maheshwar Thounaojam, national secretary of the Republican Party of India (RPI-Athawale), by a Shillong-based lawyer.

This force has played an important role in the peace and security of the country.

According to the announcement, “it should also be made clear that although Manipur State is not a notified area under AFSPA [Armed Forces Special Powers Act].

Thunaojam won’t apologize.

Thounaojam said he would not apologize and that in a democratic country like India, he has the right to freedom of speech.

“I’m not making any statements, I’m just asking a question,” he explained. I speak as a meitei, not as a politician.”

He declared: “Every Meitei here knows how some officers of the Assam Rifles dance and sing with the Kuki warriors; There’s even a video to prove it.”

I am repeating something that all the Meitei present here have heard before.


Assam Rifles asked for a written apology.

Assam Rifles has tendered a written and public apology for the false allegation and defamation. Also asked him to withdraw the statement made on June 30 in Delhi in mourning for the Meitei martyrs.

The notice said that in the meeting Thounaojam had said, “The villagers also informed that the Assam Rifles is helping the Kuki militants to burn down the Village Defense Force.”

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