Every day in the country, heinous incidents like rape come to the fore from one corner or the other. Strict laws were made by the government, but still there has been no reduction in these incidents. In such a situation, any girl thinks once about her safety before leaving the house.
Bollywood actresses expressed concern over rising crime against women
The anger of Bollywood actresses has erupted over the recent heinous rape case in Mumbai. Let us tell you that a few days ago a 32-year-old woman was brutally assaulted and raped in a tempo parked on the road in Sakinaka, Andheri. The victim died during treatment at the hospital. The 45-year-old accused of the victim was arrested by the police in this case, who has confessed his crime.
Journalist Faye D’Souza posted a story on her Instagram about this heinous incident that happened in Mumbai and rape incidents across India. In his post, Faye also mentioned the incidents of rape that happened in Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Everyone’s heart has been shaken by these incidents of rape. Film personalities, including Malaika Arora, Kalki Koechlin, Alia Bhatta and Kareena Kapoor Khan, have expressed concern over the rising rape incidents in the country.
Anger of Bollywood actresses erupted over rape incidents
Commenting on Faye’s post, Kalki Koechlin wrote – Is there any way to make headlines accused of such crimes? how old are they? what do they do? Do they have a record of past crimes? These are the people who live among us, we need to bring them to the fore.
From Alia Bhatt to Kareena Kapoor Khan, shared this post of Faye on their Instagram story and strongly condemned these incidents of rape. Taapsee Pannu wrote – Today’s news… everyday… passes like this.
Alia Bhatt writes – What is all this happening. This is very annoying. Kareena Kapoor Khan also shared Faye’s post on her Instagram story and also posted this broken heart emoji.
At the same time, the National Commission for Women and Mumbai Police are face to face regarding the Mumbai rape case. According to reports, in a statement, Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale had given a statement after the death of the victim woman that the police cannot always be present at the crime location. This statement of the commissioner has been criticized by Chandramukhi Devi, a member of the National Commission for Women. Talking to ANI, he said that this statement is very unfortunate. Police cannot run away from their responsibility.
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