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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Kartik Aaryan, Sonam Kapoor, Smriti Irani & others urge everyone to stop child abuse

Child abuse has always been a concern in India. Hence, to stop child abuse, many known celebrities have come together to raise their voices. Everyone has put their power to the right use in order to make a difference. And so, social media seems to be buzzing with this video, on how to stop child abuse with the help of the helpline number.

Celebrities including the likes of Kartik Aaryan, Sonam Kapoor, and many others have lent their voice. In fact, Union Minister Smriti Irani, AR Rahman, and a few others have been profusely promoting the message. In fact, they have made this video and have lent their voices to stop child abuse. However, it is the video that has our attention for it speaks volumes, and will leave you thinking.

The video sees various kinds of abuse against children, including the likes of domestic violence, being made to work, and others. The video has been shared with the one goal to promote the helpline number 1098, in order to stop child abuse.

Sonam Kapoor wrote, “You can stop child abuse by reaching out, speaking up.. please dial 1098 #childline Tell our children they have a system that seeks to protect them, rescue them and rehabilitate them.” Ekta Kapoor, and many other celebrities have also shared the video.

Check out some of the posts here:

In fact, looking at the posts from the celebrities, many others have also promoted the video. As more people share it, they thereby make an attempt at lending their voices. The statistics of child abuse reports in India are rather mind-boggling. June 12 makes World Day Against Child Labour. In order to create more awareness and make help accessible, it is important to share the video.

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