Manipuri girl harassment case: Kiren Rijiju assures action will be taken

By: | Updated: July 11, 2016 12:37 PM

Reacting to the issue where a Manipuri girl was allegedly harassed at Indira Gandhi International airport, Kiren Rijiju said, "Action will be taken as and when details are given to us".

Monika Khangembam, in a Facebook post, alleged that an immigration officer at Delhi’s IGI airport ‘humiliated’ her by asking unnecessary questions about her nationality. (Photo: Monica's Facebook page)Monika Khangembam, in a Facebook post, alleged that an immigration officer at Delhi’s IGI airport ‘humiliated’ her by asking unnecessary questions about her nationality. (Photo: Monica’s Facebook page)

Reacting to the issue where a Manipuri girl was allegedly harassed at Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi, Kiren Rijiju, MoS Home said, “Action will be taken as and when details are given to us”.

Monika Khangembam, in a Facebook post, alleged that an immigration officer at Delhi’s IGI airport ‘humiliated’ her by asking unnecessary questions about her nationality.

As per the post, the officer repeatedly asked Monika questions to test her ‘knowledge’ about India and even told her that ‘she did not look like an Indian’.

The foreign minister took a cognizance of the post and assured Monika about taking the issue to notice of Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

On Sunday night, Swaraj tweeted: “Monika Khangembam – I am sorry to know this. Immigration is not with me. I will speak to my senior colleague Shri @rajnathsingh ji to sensitise Immigration officials at the airport.”

 

While the issue is yet to be probed, Monika Khangembam’s post is going viral on social media and drawing huge outrage from people on Twitter and Facedbook.

Here is her original post:

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