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Akshay Kumar, Kamal Haasan demand justice in Unnao, Kathua rape cases

Akshay Kumar, Kamal Haasan demand justice in Unnao, Kathua rape cases

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 13 Apr 2018, 09:35 am

New Delhi, Apr 13 (IBNS): Indian celebrities continued condemning the Unnao and Kathua alleged rape incidents which have left the nation shocked.

Speaking on the alleged rape and murder of a 8-year-old Asifa in Kathua, Southern superstar Kamal Haasan said he will continue to fight for the future of kids in nation.

"Does it have 2 b ur own daughter fr u 2 understand? She could’ve been mine. I feel angry as a man, father & a citizen fr failing Asifa. I m sorry my child v didn’t make this country safe enough fr U. I’ll fight fr justice at least fr future kids like u. V mourn u & won’t forget u," the actor tweeted.

 

Demanding for justice, Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar said: "Yet again we've failed as a society. Can't think straight as more chilling details on little Asifa's case emerge...her innocent face refuses to leave me. Justice must be served, hard and fast!"

Kumar's wife and actress Twinkle Khanna remarked: "I look at this first as a mother and it’s completely heartbreaking, as a woman I feel rage and as an Indian I am absolutely ashamed ! #JusticeForAsifa."

 

Shocking the nation,the minor was held captive by the accused at a temple and later she was raped, mutilated and murdered in Rassana village of Kathua, months ago, crime branch of Jammu and Kashmir police stated.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, on Thursday, said that the law cannot be obstructed by irresponsible actions, after a group of lawyers obstructed the Crime Branch and tried to prevent it from filing a charge sheet against those accused of raping and murdering an eight-year old girl in Kathua town three months ago.

The Crime Branch has already filed a charge sheet against eight accused who allegedly raped and murdered the eight year old child in Rasna area of Heeranagar.

There have been allegations that some BJP-backed supporters are trying to defend the rapists demanding transfer of case from Crime Branch to CBI.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister tweeted on Thursday: “The Law will not be obstructed by the irresponsible actions & statements of a group of people. Proper procedures are being followed, investigations are on the fast track & justice will be delivered. #JusticeForAsifa”.