Mumbai, July 20 – The just lately surfaced video of two ladies belonging to the Kuki-Zomi group being paraded bare and being assaulted by a mob of males, has despatched shockwaves throughout India. Bollywood famous person Akshay Kumar and director Vivek Agnihotri have strongly reacted to the video, condemning the “shameful” act.
Akshay Kumar took to his Twitter and shared a be aware saying that he feels shaken and disgusted to see such unspeakable cruelty being meted out to the ladies.
He tweeted: “Shaken, disgusted to see the video of violence towards ladies in Manipur. I hope the culprits get such a harsh punishment that nobody ever thinks of doing a horrifying factor like this once more.”
Vivek Agnihotri, who is understood for ‘The Kashmir Recordsdata’, took to his Instagram and shared a heartfelt be aware saying how the nation has failed as a society.
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He wrote in his Instagram put up: “MANIPUR: Moplah, Direct Motion Day, Noakhali, Bangladesh, Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, Kerala, Assam, Bastar and now Manipur. Each time our harmless moms and sisters change into the final word victims of inhuman, barbarian acts. As a Bharatiya, as a person, as a human being, I’m shattered every time. I’m ashamed.”
He additional talked about that he feels responsible for being helpless in such a scenario and likewise wrote that there’s “no proper to life in free India.”
He continued: “I’m so responsible for my helplessness. O Manipur, I attempted… I attempted… however I failed. All I can do now could be inform their tragic tales via my work. However it’s too late by then. We’re all victims of selective and hyper- aggressive electoral politics. We’re victims of hyper-religion. We’re victims of harmful media. We, the individuals of Bharat, are victims. There isn’t a #RightToLife in free India. And we are able to’t do something about it.”
“This isn’t the liberty I need. This isn’t the type of democracy I need. It’s price nothing if it makes us bay for one another’s blood. We’re a failed society. I’m sorry, my sisters. I’m sorry, my moms. I’m sorry, Bharat Mata,” he added.
Soni Razdan wrote in her Instagram Story: “I actually wish to know what the federal government goes, and why primetime information shouldn’t be flooded with information about Manipur and most essential of all, the place is the Military?”
Kiara Advani tweeted: “The video of violence towards ladies in Manipur is horrifying and has shaken me to the core. I pray the ladies get justice on the earliest. These accountable should face probably the most SEVERE punishment they deserve.”
Sanjay Dutt additionally took to his Twitter and wrote: “The video portraying violence towards ladies in Manipur was stunning and sickening. My utmost hope is for the culprits to be punished with the utmost severity, sending a transparent message that such despicable actions is not going to be tolerated in any circumstance.”
Actor Riteish Deshmukh too wrote on his Twitter: “Deeply disturbed with the visuals of the atrocities towards the ladies in Manipur… I’m seething with anger… no man ought to go unpunished for such crime. Assault on the dignity of a girl is an assault on humanity itself (sic).”
Actor-comedian Vir Das shared a collection of tweet holding the federal government and the officers answerable for the shameful and the delay in bringing justice to the victims.
He wrote: “When horrific incidents happen make no mistake, via the system, our leaders are IMMEDIATELY conscious. When months later movies go viral, twitter is conscious. If leaders solely then reply, it’s to twitter, not horrific incidents. They care about on-line outrage, not actual individuals.”
He continued in his tweets: “Individuals outrage as and after they change into conscious or are allowed to. It takes a particular type of creepy man to invalidate against the law towards a girl by offsetting it towards the comparative outrage for an additional crime towards one other girl. It’s Masterful whataboutery. Don’t fall for it.”
“Grateful to see our management communicate up and take motion for the viral individuals of India,” he added.
The video reveals two ladies, one in her 20s and the opposite in her 40s, being made to stroll bare down a highway and in the direction of a discipline by a mob of males. A few of the males might be seen dragging the 2 ladies in the direction of a discipline and sexually assaulting them.
Although the mentioned incident happened on Could 4 as per the police, the video emerged on July 19 sparking huge outrage throughout the nation.