9NN, Imphal: A former judge who presided over several inquiries into naked protests in Manipur says that fake women used for nude protests are a reality in the state.
India (the whole one billion of it) was shocked when a dozen “women” went “naked” on the streets of Imphal in July 2004 inciting Indian Army men to rape them.
Justice (retd.) D Rupwati Singh headed the inquiry that followed and her report found that fake women were being used for protests on the streets of Imphal. She felt frustrated but not shocked.
Justice Singh, who served as a district and sessions court judge, has headed 12 investigations into fake women protesters between 1996 and 2007.
“Fake women are being used in so-called nude woman protests. They hold large banners – asking Indian Army men to rape them, but, in reality what lies behind these banners are not women’s breasts and vaginas but very manly things – no wonder they are hiding behind the banners.”
“It is only the decency of India Army personnel that the lies and deceit of these bunch of fibbing so-called-women were not exposed at that time itself. If only, even one our soldiers had acted upon the provocation and went ahead to do what they asked for in the banners, this whole conspiracy to mislead people into believing that there are actual nude women behind the banners, would have been exposed. But the very fact that such an exposition never occurred bears testimony to the blemish-less conduct and immaculate character of Indian Army personnel.”
Rubbishing the so-called photographic evidence and the photographs taken by journalists of “women,” Singh added, “Why, when the faces, arms, legs, backs, and long hair of women can be seen so prominently, the distinguishing features of woman-hood – the very things that separate chaff from the flour – are patently missing from all the images. In this photograph, for example,” said Ms. Singh talking about the photograph below, “one can see women dangling there hinds in the most provocative manner – pretty much saying hit us if you can – although it has been blurred. If such a provocative photograph can be taken and printed a countless number of times, (and no I am not talking about the children books that portray women in a very bad taste - which fortunately I have never laid my hand upon all my life – but I am talking about mainstream media) why then can we not have some photographs which bear testimony to the womanhood of the said ‘quote’ women protesters ‘unquote’.”
“Note how everybody in this photograph manages to hide everything that will unequivocally quantify them as members of the fairer sex. Obviously this is not a mere coincidence.”
“At this moment one remembers the age old maxim, if you can’t see it, it doesn’t exist. Why in the God’s name, some sane person, who is supposedly doing a nude protest, would hide behind banners or stand with his (I am using his deliberately – don’t doubt my grammar) back towards us? Give me one reason, other than that this is all part of a big conspiracy involving journalists and (probably) destitute, pitiable men who have been lured into posing as naked-women-protesters, to stir up the political milieu and to make good edible rotis out of raw wheat flour, from the heat thus generated.”
She further said, “These kinds of people have to be held accountable and need to be dealt with in the court of law. A severest blow in their most vital and private parts needs to be delivered (of course I am talking allegorically – we are not Taliban here!), so that men and women alike are reminded that they can’t play with the innocent feelings of the common people.”
Singh’s reports reiterates what many in Manipur suspect: (naked) protests are often staged but rarely do the guilty get punished.
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