Akshay Kumar Condemns Horrific Incident in Manipur, Calls for Harsh Punishment

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Renowned Bollywood actor and socially aware advocate, Akshay Kumar, has reacted with shock and disgust to a distressing incident that has taken place in Manipur. The incident involved the brutal beating and public naked parade of two tribal women by a group of Meitei men, leading to widespread condemnation and calls for immediate action.

Expressing his outrage on his micro-blogging profile, Akshay Kumar wrote, “Shaken, disgusted to see the video of violence against women in Manipur. I hope the culprits get such a harsh punishment that no one ever thinks of doing a horrifying thing like this again.” The actor’s strong call for stringent punishment reflects the severity of the crime and the need for justice.

The disturbing video that surfaced on social media showcases the inhumane treatment and cruelty faced by the two Kuki-Zo women who were subjected to the horrifying ordeal. They were paraded naked on the streets, beaten, and mistreated by the group of Meitei men. Tragically, it has also been reported that one of the victims was subjected to a gangrape. A police complaint has been filed to bring the perpetrators to justice.

The Indian state of Manipur has been grappling with riots since May, with several horrifying videos and images emerging on various platforms. The incident has once again brought to light the urgent need for better measures to ensure the safety and dignity of women.

Amidst his busy schedule in the entertainment industry, Akshay Kumar has remained committed to promoting social causes and women empowerment. His call for severe punishment against the perpetrators highlights the importance of accountability and stringent action to deter such acts of violence in the future.

On the professional front, Akshay Kumar is currently engrossed in promoting his upcoming movie “OMG-2” and is simultaneously working on various projects, including “The Great Indian Rescue,” “Soorarai Pottru” remake, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan,” “Vedat Marathe Veer Daudle Saat,” “Hera Pheri 3,” and more.

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