YHM actress Divyanka Tripathi scared to have a daughter and her reason is so valid

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Yeh Hai Mohabbatein‘s Ishita aka Divyanka Tripathi was extremely disturbed after reading about a minor’s rape in Chandigarh on Independence Day. Divyanka has poured out her heart to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the rape of a 12-year-old girl in Chandigarh on Independence Day.

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The actress took to Twitter to ask him about his ‘Beti Bachao’ campaign which failed on the day of Independence.

A minor girl, who was returning home after attending the Independence Day function in her school, was allegedly assaulted and raped at knife point inside the Children Traffic Park in Sector 23 on Tuesday (August 15) morning. The 12-year-old girl is a student of class VIII in a government school of the city.

The ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ actress was disturbed by the gruesome act and thus expressed her fear of having a girl.

Taking to social media, Divyanka wrote, “Kya Beti Bachao? Ab beti ko bachao. Bete ki chahat nahin hai, par ab darti hoon beti paida karne se. Kya Kahungi, kyu usey swarg se nark ki dehshat mein dhakela”.

 

She also wrote, “Why don’t we give gruesome punishments for gruesome crimes? Yet another rape! What independence are we talking about? Women must stop voting for any party as they are so unimportant for this nation! It’s a ‘No Woman’s Land’ or a #RapistsParadise we live in!”

Divyanka also demanded all the parties to now wake up and provide security to women. She wrote, “For what must we vote? 70 years of independence hasn’t set us free! All parties must WAKE UP NOW! Every woman deserves security!”

Divyanka even requested PM Narendra Modi to get the nation rid of rapists as a part of Swachh Bharat Campaign.

The actress is known for playing strong headed characters in her TV shows too, right from her debut show ‘Banoo Mein Teri Dulhan’ to her current show ‘Yeh Hai Mohabattien’. And this just seems to be an extention of her reel roles.

Kudos to Divyanka Tripathi for raising her voice over violence against women.